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Don’t F***k**g Breathe on My Kitten you unvaxxed selfish POS — 3 Comments

  1. Losing so many was heartbreaking. I hadn’t lost so many so quickly. Over the 13 years I’ve been here I’ve only lost one a year or none. But 2020 was horrible. And they went very fast, some in just a day of seeing the symptoms. One took over a month. Vets know but they don’t want to say anything. WE humans give it to the cats…Now I don’t kiss or breath on them. I keep the cat boxes clean at all times and wipe the litter boxes down with bleach and clean food and water bowls every day. That’s how I finally beat it. Lost only one this year.

  2. I’m not so sure. I got very sick in 2019 from Thanksgiving all the way thru Jan 2020. I’m pretty sure it was covid. By March I had lost 6 cats, all had runny noses, coughing, puking etc all signs of covid. The vet had no idea what it was. Not until I read the lions at the Bronx Zoo had caught it. I actually talked to the director who cared for the lions and told him about my cats. I was 100% positive I gave it to my cats. Once all my symptoms were gone I never lost another cat. And yes the vet did all kinds of blood work etc trying to find a cause but he didn’t check for covid19. And since I cremate there was no way to know for sure. But they had the same illness as I had.

    • Wow, I find your comment shocking actually. So sorry to hear it. You are saying that Covid can kill domestic cats. It is the first time I have heard it. It might be significant. Almost all the reports have been of cats with mild symptoms. Having read your story I can recall one cat dying. I’ll amend the article. Thanks.

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