Coronavirus attacks lining of blood vessels all over the body, Swiss study finds
COVID-19 coronavirus invasive mode of destruction to the human body is very similar to that of the feline coronavirus (FIPV) that causes the same massive systemic inflammation in feline infectious peritonitis.
Cats can catch coronavirus, prompting WHO investigation
This report reinforces the scientific fact that both FIPV and COVID-19 have a very similar genetic mutation that allows them to rapidly infect and invade the host cells, causing massive damage that results in severe disease, a genetic mutation that SARS-CoV did not possess.
Medium.com is one of the best sites for up-to-date factual information and some great interactive real-time data on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus and pets: How COVID-19 affects cats and dogs
This website is highly informative and regularly provides the latest news about COVID-19 and pets. It should help pet owners feel secure and comforted in knowing their pets are not a risk of getting COVID-19 from their owners or vice versa.
The overwhelming consensus is that our pets pose no particular threat to infecting us with the novel coronavirus
We have to be mindful to always verify the facts of news reporting that pets could transmit COVID-19 to humans; the blog from this veterinarian who has a good following in LinkedIn provides factual information supported by data that say otherwise.
Singapore startup testing drug used to treat cats in race to find COVID-19 cure
The unique relation between COVID-19 and FIPV, among all other coronaviruses, is a very similar genetic mutation that both these strains possess allowing them to furiously invade the host cells.