Frequently asked questions during COVID-19 Pandemic
I heard cats have tested positive, can you tell me more?
- There has been several documented cases of cats and other domestic animals that have tested positive for COVID-19.
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- While this information might seem frightening, please remember: There is currently no definitive evidence that either cats or dogs can transmit COVID-19 to humans.
My Cat is Sick!!! What Can I DO???
IF your cat has is sick or has emergency medical needs, please do not avoid seeking medical care for your cat. If you have an EMERGENCY after hours, please call the Brant Norfolk Veterinary Clinic between the hours of 6 pm and 8 am on weekdays and between the hours of 6 pm Friday through to 8 am Monday on weekends (519-720-0753).
We regret that we can no longer see medical cases. Please call your new veterinarian for service, or the Hamilton-Wentworth Emergency Clinic during weekday hours.
What do we know about COVID-19 and cats?
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