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Judy Smith of Westwood bought Kiki from a company that says it breeds hypoallergenic cats.

Bred to be furry and allergy-free

Geneticists and allergists doubtful

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / July 31, 2007

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WESTWOOD -- He looks like a regular cat, white, furry, playful at times, and disinterested at others. But Judy Smith swears that her cat, Kiki, is different, and it is not just because she spent about $7,000 to buy him. Kiki, she says, is hypoallergenic, a cat that does not cause her to sniffle and sneeze and, for that, he ... (Full article: 993 words)

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