Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Kittens!


Hmmm, I really need a kitten in my life. Maybe if I make sure it is always clean and if I hang around it every day and not touch my eyes then I won't get allergies anymore? I don't know, I don't think I used to get cat allergies when I was 10. Does anyone know the rules of bringing a cat overseas as well, or how much it costs? (for later when I go somewhere else and don't want to leave my kitty behind).

5 comments:

hellojenuine said...

I have the same problem - being allergic to cats makes me so sad. My boyfriend asks almost every week if we can get one! I'm seriously considering buying antihistamines in bulk so we can get a kitty.

Gemma Flack said...

I am a bit allergic to cats, but I got my own cat and for the first week I took antihistamines every day then I gradually stopped taking them... I sneezed a bit at first but I have had him for 2 years now and no allergies after those first few weeks :)
OTHER cats however, I am still allergic to!
Also I brought my cat with me from the UK to Australia, it cost well over $2000 AUD and he had to be in quarantine for a month :( It depends how far you want to go and the laws of the individual countries.

lucy james said...

oh my goodness - this video just got funnier and funnier - verbal kittens - just want to die with swooning!! Sarah I am allergic to cats too, but I have a theory that it is only indoor cats that are really problematic - all cats I know that play outside a lot, I can bury my face in their fur and snuggle them till the cows come home - though I have met a few pure bred cats that only live inside and they kill me everytime!

.......... said...

I think I need a kitten in my life, however I wouldn't ever get anything done! This video has made my day!

Kat said...

Hey, just want to say I absolutely love your art (: oh and get a Bengal cat, they don't shed fur as bad so it's literally impossible to have allergic reactions to them!