Several months ago, a cat in Germany caught bird flu -- and pet owners throughout Europe dumped their poor dogs and cats.I trust you have more concern for the animals under your care than that, and there are ways to reduce the risk that they catch bird flu even during a serious pandemic.Lifeforce T-Boost
The current A/H5N1 bird flu virus is unprecedented in the way it's proven it can infect not only birds and pigs (which can normally catch the flu from both chickens and people), but in how it's infected other mammalshe cat in Germany. Allegedly lions and tigers in the Bangkok Zoo, and so on.You must also remember this -- YOU can catch bird flu from your pets.And your pets can catch bird flu from other animals and from other people.So protecting them from bird flu is one way you must also protect yourself and your family.I'm writing this article before bird flu has become contagious between people. There is no pandemic yet, but you should be concerned about transmission of A/H5N1 between animals. The virus has been found in Europe, though it's not yet in North America.