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fe·line

(fē'līn),
Pertaining or relating to cats.
[L. felis, cat]
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feline

(fē′līn) [L. feles, cat]
Concerning cats.
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Patient discussion about feline

Q. Any one used or know anything about cats claw? What you think about this site ? http://cats-claw.blogspot.com/

A. There's some info here:
http://www.cncahealth.com/health-notes.htm?org=cnca&ContentID=2064008

To your health...

Q. Can it be that I stopped being allergic to cats? is it a miracle? I was allergic to cats in my childhood, and yesterday a friend cat jumped on me and nothing happened.

A. NO,IF NOTHING HAPPENED

Q. i LOVE cats! but whenever I get near them I start sneezing like crazy Is there something I can take that will prevent this allergic reaction? cause I'm just dying to get a fluffy little kitty...

A. i know a guy who's going through an anti-allergy treatment (for the last year and a half). he is going every month or so and get a shot. i think this is the treatment:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/print/allergy-shots/AA00017/METHOD=print

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Like Zulema, Marie is characterized by her enigmatic felinity, her phosphorescent eyes glowing "comme ceux des chats" (150), her residence near "la phare du Minou," her apparent artlessness that conceals an instinct for cruelty, her infidelity belying the promise to be true.