a common household allergen causing allergic reactions
in pets. These miniscule mites live on dead skin cells and
other detritus in house dust. Most pet beds have removable covers that can be machine washed. Use a detergent
recommended for babies to ensure that your cat doesn’t
have an allergic reaction to her clean bedding.
2.Replace cleaning products with all-natural, nontoxic ones
Cats walk on most of the surfaces we clean all the time
(yes, including those kitchen counters). It’s a good idea to
permanently use all-natural, environmentally safe, nontoxic cleaning materials, because as they lick their paws,
they are ingesting cleaning products in the process. Both
cats and dogs have faster metabolisms than people,
hence they are at even greater risk. They process these
chemicals at a faster rate and absorb more of these
toxins into their bloodstreams as they breathe
them in more rapidly.
So as part of your spring-cleaning task, restock with
pet-safe cleaning materials. Also add products such as
cleaning erasers found in the housewares aisle to wipe
off greasy fur marks on walls.