Allerpet/C Solution for Cats cleans away cat dander and softens your cat's skin so less dander is produced. In fact, dander levels will drop significantly with proper weekly use of this moisturizing allergen cleanser and non-oily conditioner, including Fel d 1 – a major cat allergen responsible for causing severe allergic reaction. Formulated especially for cats, Allerpet/C has helped provide relief for thousands of cats and their owners. Cats will love the extra attention they get as you gently wipe on Allerpet/C solution. Available in 12-oz bottle.
Medical literature agrees that treating your cat's pet dander will not not only make your cat less sensitive and more comfortable, but can also make a big difference in lowering the amount of pet allergens present in your home. This is especially important if you (or your cat) are allergic to pet dander.
DI UV water; quaternium-26; glycerin; quaternium-22; allantoin; panthenol; aloe vera gel; stearyltrimonium hydroxyethyl hydrolyzed collagen; sodium styrene/PEG-10 maleate/acrylates copolymer (and) ammonium nonoxynol-4 sulfate; hydrolyzed collagen; citric acid; methylchloroisothiazolinone (and) methylisothiazolinone.
Directions for Use - always refer to the product label for detailed instructions
We got a cat even though my husband is allergic to cats. It was a gamble, I know. Turns out, he developed asthma from the cat. After some research we came up with a plan to help us keep our kitty. Here it is...
1) Use allerpet C twice weekly. Over time we found that using a microfiber towel like what you get at the auto parts store worked well (and would, in theory, grab more dander than a cotton washcloth). We cut the microfiber cloth up into 4x6 rectangles. Squirt a 1/4 oz of allerpet on there, rub the cat vigorously (it's the rubbing that gets the dander off - the allerpet is like the stuff that helps loosen the dander so it comes off) then dry the kitty with an old washcloth.
2) Once a week I brush our cat with a "kitty kong" brush to keep the shedding down, our kitty loooves it. I spread out an old blanket square cut from a larger raggedy blanket (one queen size gave me like 6 blanket squares) this serves to catch all the loose hairs as I brush - kitty kong brush is effective but messy! (I also tried the furminator brush which I don't like and does not get off as much hair) you can watch video reviews for how to use the kitty kong there is a technique to it.
3) We bought a Panasonic MC UL 915 vacuum to reduce dander in the air when vacuuming. I vacuum twice a week.
4) We bought a Rabbit Air HEPA Filter with anti allergen filtration and have it on 24/7 in the main living area.
5) My husband uses Zyrtec as needed and took a 3 month course of herbal pills from Banyan Botanicals called Lung Support.... I kid you not, It really helped him. He has an Albuterol inhaler as well which he hardly ever uses.
6) The cat stays out of our bedroom so it stays allergen free.
7) The cat sleeps in her own "quarters" at night (laundry room) to reduce her dander exposure to our living area.
We bought 4 bottles of allerpet C, 9 months ago and are down to our last bottle. We would hate to be without it so I am ordering more! Hope this helps the next person!
(Posted on 5/3/13)