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First off, I just want to extend my thanks for all of the cat lovers who contribute to these forums. It has been such a huge help since I ventured into the world of kitty parenthood on my own a few years ago. It thrills me to see so many loving parents willing to help each other and submit opinions. Thank you!!

Now on to my question: I have a one and a half year old that I adopted as a stray at six weeks old. When I got her, she was treated for kennel cough and aside from a little insecurity she still seems to possess from being alone out in the world for the first few weeks of her life, she has never had any problems. However, for the last year or so I've noticed that she sneezes quite a bit. She'll sneeze several times in a row until her nose is clear and then she's fine. I've never noticed any unusual sleepiness (she's very active) and she definitely has no problems eating. A friend asked her vet if this was something to be concerned about when I first noticed it, and the vet said not to worry unless she seemed sick.

After reading these boards, I've noticed a lot of people mention that their babies have allergies. Could that be the case with Rae? Is there anything that I can do to help her be more comfortable (e.g., a specific litter or household product to eliminate dust)?

Thanks in advance!!