That there is a rare shot of this trio of kitties sharing the door rather than fighting over it. More often than not, there are smacky paws and wrestling matches going on at the door. But look at them here, sharing it like civilized kitties. It's a miracle.
Oh, and we're just going to pretend Tonks isn't blurry in that photo. Let's make believe that she managed to sit still for half a second in that there photo. Okay? Okay.
Do any of you kitties out there fight over windows seats at your house? It's quite literally a daily occurrence here in our corner of the world.
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Did you know?
Did you know that pet hair is not an allergen in and of itself? When a person is allergic to cats or dogs, it's generally the dander, saliva, and urine that contain the allergenic proteins known as allergens. Pet hair can of course contain bits of dander, saliva, and potentially even urine, and can also contain debris from dust, pollen, or other allergens. The pet hair itself, though, is likely not the culprit for an allergic response. This is in part why hypoallergenic pets can't exist in the strictest, truest sense. Even cats and dogs without hair can be allergenic, because their dander, saliva, and urine can still spark an allergic response in a person with an allergy to pets. That being said, allergies can nevertheless vary, and so it is still possible for a person with a pet allergy to have less symptoms around certain species and even breeds.