In Chinese social media, cats and dogs share many eye-popping masks.
In Chinese social media, cats and dogs share many eye-catching masked images. However, the World Health Organization’s observation that China’s National Health Commission does not agree. “If pets go out and get in touch with the infected, they are at risk for disease,” said Li Lanjuan, an epidemiologist and spokesman for the Chinese National Health Commission. So pets should be kept aside. He said that people should be careful about contact with other mammals, especially pets, in addition to humans. The World Small Animal Veterinary Association says it has instructed cats and dogs to stay indoors.