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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Say Goodbye to Cat Allergies

If you're allergic to cat hair, you may want to get in line for the latest genetic breakthrough for cat-lovers everywhere - hypoallergenic pets. Using a special method called "gene silencing". cat-breeding company Allerca says it can weaken the effect of the feline gene that creates the allergy-causing substance in cat hair that makes you sneeze. Allerca says it's not stopping there and will strive to create more customized pets for your every want and need. Cool, can I have one that barks and has purple polka-dotted fur?



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