In the picture that has gone viral on social media, a cat is seen looking at his reflection in a magnifying mirror with an expression that is absolutely priceless.
Pet cats and dogs cannot pass the new coronavirus to humans, but they can test positive for low levels of the pathogen if they catch it from their owner.
The city could become the first in China to declare cat and dog meat illegal if the proposition passes with public support.
From dog socialising programmes to an entire coffee shop dedicated to cats, we’ve rounded up places that are ‘paw’fect for petting your furry friends.
The first thing that all people, not just pet parents need to understand is that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has clearly stated that there is no evidence of animals, including dogs and cats, spreading the Covid-19 virus.
A team of Chinese researchers has revealed that cats can pass coronavirus to other cats.
The study was aimed at identifying which animals are vulnerable to the virus so they can be used to test experimental vaccines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed more than 90,000 people worldwide since it emerged in China in December.
Pets looked after at home are highly unlikely to spread any disease, but dogs or cats abandoned on the street can be dangerous, he said.
More than a million cats are killed in Vietnam for their meat every year in a secretive, brutal and growing trade that risks spreading diseases to humans, an undercover investigation has found.