In Britain, they were going to exterminate domestic cats due to COVID

March 2 – BLiTZ. The UK government considered exterminating all domestic cats at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. This was stated by former Deputy Minister of Health James Bethell in an interview with Channel 4.

At the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in British veterinarians, it was not recommended to let cats out of houses and apartments outside.

In the UK, 26-year-old cat Flossy got into the Guinness Book of Records November 25, 2022 at 22:44

In addition, in 2020, cat owners were asked not to kiss their pets after the first coronavirus infection of a pet was discovered in the UK.

Earlier it was reported that in the UK, the 26-year-old cat Flossy got into the Guinness Book of Records. A cat named Flossy has become the oldest pet in the world. Most recently, the cat turned 26 years old, which is equivalent to 120 years of human life.

Flossy lives with her mistress in London. The owner said that the cat can hardly see or hear anymore, but despite this, she still loves to play.

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