Allergy Supplements & Immune Support for Cats

Like humans, cats can suffer from seasonal and food allergies. When a cat has allergies, his immune system becomes extremely sensitive to certain everyday substances, and begins identifying them as dangerous. Common allergy symptoms include sneezing, coughing, wheezing, itchy skin, increased scratching, itchy and runny eyes, itchy ears, ear infections, vomiting, diarrhea, snoring, paw chewing and swollen paws. When a cat has an allergy to food, they will often scratch their heads and necks, and suffer from gastrointestinal problems. Food allergies show up as your cat ages, so cat food he's enjoyed for years can begin to cause him problems as he ages. Vetoquinol Viralys L-Lysine Powder Cat Supplement is an allergy supplement. Viralys contains the amino acid L-Lysine. The powder can be sprinkled over your dry cat food or mixed in with a small amount of wet cat food. Viralys can help reduce inflammation of the eyes, conjunctivitis, sneezing, sinus congestion and many other symptoms associated with some cat allergies. NaturVet Aller-911 Allergy Aid Plus Antioxidants are Soft Chews allergy pills that help support your cat's immune system, and combats environmental pollutants. If your cat's food allergies are causing gastrointestinal issues, try cat probiotic supplements from trusted brands like VetriScience. VetriScience Probiotic Everyday Gastrointestinal Health Cat Chews fight the growth of unwanted bacteria, and feed the healthy bacteria that's beneficial to your cat's everyday digestive health. Get allergy support for your cat and help her fight back against the many uncomfortable symptoms associated with seasonal and food allergies. Shop cat allergy medications and immune system supplements on Chewy. Find this and more on Chewy's online pet store where you can find the best cat supplies today!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Allergy Supplements & Immune Support for Cats

What is the best immune support for cats?

The best immune support for cats is a healthy diet and lifestyle, but there are many supplements you can give your cats to help boost immunity, too. Your vet may be able to recommend some good supplements for your kitty, or you can find immune supplements formulated to target specific health issues your cat is having. Chewy has a great selection of immune supplements for cats, including cat allergy supplements, supplements that help cats fighting infections, calming supplements, digestive supplements and more.

What can I give my cat for allergies?

You can give your cat a variety of things for allergies, but you should consult with your vet to get the best guidance and rule out serious health problems first. Depending on what kind of allergies your cat has, your vet may recommend a skin and coat allergy supplement for cats, a respiratory supplement for cats, or an immune supplement with L-lysine, probiotics or other immune-boosting compounds.

How can I boost my cat's immune system?

You can boost your cat's immune system by feeding a healthy diet, encouraging healthy exercise and minimizing stress that can wear your cat's natural defenses down. Cat immune supplements are another way to give your cat's immune system a healthy boost, and there are many types to choose from. Talk to your vet about what immune supplements might be best for your cat and check out the wide range of choices available on our site.

Do cats actually get seasonal allergies?

Many cats do actually get seasonal allergies, and allergies can be as unpleasant for felines as they are for us! The good news is that there are many ways to help cats with seasonal allergies, including medicines and antihistamines prescribed by your vet and over-the-counter cat allergy supplements.