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  • No, despite being on this list, the sphynx is not a suitable cat for allergy sufferers . So why do we highlight it? Very simple, because due to its absence of hair, many people with allergies to cats believe that they can adopt a sphinx and not suffer the consequences, and nothing is further from the truth. Remember that the cause of the allergy is not the hair, it is the Fel D1 protein that is produced in the skin and saliva, mainly, and the sphynx does generate the normal amount that can develop an allergic reaction. However, as we have already mentioned in previous sections, this does not mean that there are no people allergic to cats that tolerate this feline, but they will probably be a minority.


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