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Coronavirus-concerned pet owners barking up wrong tree?

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More panic and hysteria to follow, no doubt.

As this virus likely came from animals, it’s not a crazy idea to think that they could carry it... but let’s see what evidence there is.

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There’s just no limit to the number of things people are willing to panic about, is there?

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Great article, as pets can pick up sneezes aka blasting droplets on fur, step on bugers, or phlem then touch an owner with their paws or licks. Curious to see what results and posts come in.

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Masks for dogs and cats coming to your stores very soon. I can't believe just how stupidly panic-stricken sheeple are.

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The funniest youtube videos always come out of China.

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The biggest concern is actually what will happen to pets when it's owner is in hospital or died.

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The biggest concern is actually what will happen to pets when it's owner is in hospital or died.

Which is exactly what people are commonly worried about according to the article :

The TVMA said it receives an average of 10 calls or emails each day from pet owners, with a common question being, ""What can I do with my pet if I end up in the hospital with coronavirus?"

Which the article totally fail to answer to.

For the people concerned : where is the panic ?

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If animals cannot get infected, why are we dealing with a virus, that came from a animals

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The Chinese became so concerned about this, they started throwing their Cats/Dogs off buildings.

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The funniest youtube videos always come out of China.

I've always found the Japanese videos funnier.

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