Scientists have suggested keeping their cats indoors while stabbing a foster person after they found evidence of coronavirus infection in some animals from humans.
Veterinarians have suggested this after two domestic dogs, a cat and even a tiger were found to have coronavirus.
The coronavirus was recently discovered by a man caring for a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York.
Veterinarians have suggested that pets, such as cats and dogs, have the potential to transmit the virus to their owners, even though they are less likely to be transmitted to the home.
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They have suggested this to reduce the risk of spreading the virus through the animals’ breasts.
The British Veterinary Association is trying to reassure people that there is no need to worry.
Dr. from the City University of Hong Kong. Angel Almendros told BBC News, “There is no evidence so far that domesticated dogs or cats infected COVID-29 in humans.”
Studies have found that cats transmit the virus to other cats.