Pet cat in Hong Kong tests positive for Covid19 after owner becomes infected
HONG KONG — A domestic cat in Hong Kong has tested positive for the coronavirus — the second in the world to do so — after its owner became infected, according to the city’s animal welfare authority.Read more: TODAY »
Querrán que todo el mundo coma gato. 😡😡😡😡😡 Goddammit. Keep your pets indoors. This is NOT a reason to start culling them. I'M LOOKING AT YOU, CHINA.
Pet cat tests positive for COVID-19 in Hong KongHONG KONG: A pet cat has tested positive for the coronavirus in Hong Kong after its owner was confirmed with having the virus, the city's ... omg noooo the pets pleaseeeee So cats can be tested in HK ? better dont tell USA .......
Pet cat tests positive for coronavirus in Hong KongHONG KONG (REUTERS) - A pet cat has tested positive for the coronavirus in Hong Kong after its owner was confirmed with having the virus, the city's Agricultural and Fisheries department said, cautioning that the animal has not shown any signs of the disease.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Why is Hong Kong the only place that keeps testing domestic animals? Exactly! They have been subjecting the pets to testing etc. its like they have to prove that there’s pet to human transmission. They’ve done it during SARS, they are continuing with Coronavirus. It is the owner's fault, I hope they don't put the cat to sleep! Unreal if they do!
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