Study: Cats are More Susceptible to COVID-19 Than Dogs

It seems your cat may have had a rougher time during the pandemic than your dog.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota tested cats and dogs and found that eight percent of cats had antibodies for COVID-19 compared to less than one percent of dogs, suggesting cats may be more susceptible to the virus.
Study co-author Yuying Liang says, “The results will help clarify the prevalence of cross-species transmission of this coronavirus among pets and their owners.”

(Daily Mail)