The problem that I'm finding is the breeds of hypoallergenic cats are VERY limited and (sorry bald kitty) most frighten me. This second guy could come live with us and I'm sure we would love him.
According to the world wide web, male cats have less allergens in their protein (or shed less protein... I'm not no veteran - get off me.)
Some of the dogs are cute but the best dogs for allergy sufferers are in the poodle category. Sorry, PePe... you are not going to live in my house. Other dogs that don't shed are actually pretty hairy, like the dreadlocked Puli. It would be fun to have a doggie named Bob Marley, but I think the trips to the doggie groomer would get old after a while.
There's no plan or time line around a non-human soul entering our house. We are only talking.
The pro's are many:
- Pets are a wonderful addition to your home.
- They offer companionship
- They have character.
- They can be fun
- They can be warm
- They can be complete members of your family.
- People with pets are better looking
- People with pets make more money
- People with pets don't make up strange facts and post them as the truth.
The cons are these:
- Any animal including the hypoallergenic ones will have some impact on my already sneezing guy
- Animals refuse to poop in the toilet. I don't really want to manage poop for the next 18 years.