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Studies have shown that pets with fur and feathers (cats, dogs, birds, etc) can be main contributors to indoor air pollution. Some people develop allergies to the proteins in the saliva, feces, urine and sweat of pets. It's usually pet dander (tiny bits of skin most pets shed everyday) that's polluting the air and the best way to go about this is purifying your indoor air.
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