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Melchett

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2 minutes ago, Melchett said:

I shall tell my tomcat this if he comes home today. I'm sure he'll have a good laugh about it before threatening death and destruction if we even so much as attempt it...Oh please fuck off BBC...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-52204534

So glad our cats are indoor cats - I can't imagine trying to keep a cat in if they're used to going out.

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56 minutes ago, Melchett said:

I shall tell my tomcat this if he comes home today. I'm sure he'll have a good laugh about it before threatening death and destruction if we even so much as attempt it...Oh please fuck off BBC...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-52204534

What's this?  Dear Auntie Beeb finally becomes the mad cat lady?!

Edited by Harley

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Well it could get interesting if cats can catch it I’ve not looked into the reputed tigers in the American zoo catching it off a keeper but if they have it seems possable they could pass it back to humans .enforced lockdown for cats forever lol

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1 hour ago, Melchett said:

I shall tell my tomcat this if he comes home today. I'm sure he'll have a good laugh about it before threatening death and destruction if we even so much as attempt it...Oh please fuck off BBC...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-52204534

Facebook is going to be an awsome read today, perhaps they will give dogs and dog walkers a break for a while now.

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Excellent, so if cats can carry it and presumably mix it with any other viruses they may have, those with gardens could legitimately exterminate visiting felines on the grounds of protecting themselves from a Covid19 infection or mutant offspring of Covid19.

Joking aside, a feline animal reservoir is a nightmare IMO, they carry all sorts of horrid stuff. 

 

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Well, 'our' tomcat (using the term loosely for obvious reasons) showed up briefly this morning, sitting on our compost bin and thus confirming he is stil  alive for about an hour before buggering off again to do whatever it is he does. He is clearly practicing social distancing as he didnt come with 30 feet of the house.

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