Now They're Coming For Your Pets: Huge Culls Planned for Pets Whose Owners Don't Get Them Vaccinated
The 'pandemic' may be over for humans, but pharmaceutical companies have a new target in their sights: Domestic pets.
For Pharmaceutical companies, sexing-up cold and flu viruses to create a fake pandemic has been extremely easy, and incredibly lucrative. What's more, the 'vaccine' they sold as the cure attacks the immune system, destroying the very thing it is claimed to improve whilst rendering the patient needing endless 'booster' shots for the rest of their lives. Millions have unwittingly become lifelong customers of pharmaceutical giants to be saved from a killer-virus that, in reality, didn't exist.
Now an executive for one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the UK, who must remain anonymous, says that drugs companies have 22 million pet owners firmly in their sights, with another potentially 'enormous payday' in the offing.
Scientists are already claiming that the new pandemic, Covid in domestic pets, is a 'real and worrying development' with millions of dogs and cats potentially being infected by the virus.
The media has begun conditioning the public for the Pet Pandemic.
We have seen news stories of animals 'discovered' to have been infected with Covid-19 surfacing in the media for months now.
Reuters: "Discovery of Omicron in New York deer raises concern over possible new variants"
BBC: "Puppies transported more than 100 miles die with Covid-19"
The Scientist: "The Rise of COVID-19 Vaccines for Animals"
to name but three.
Scientists are now claiming Covid-19 is 'known to infect animals and that this will inevitably cause a zooilogical pandemic similar to that of Covid in humans. Millions of animals, including cats and dogs are at risk and could be wiped out as Covid-19 mutates into a virus capable of animal-to-animal transmission.'
The CDC state:
The virus that causes COVID-19 can spread from people to animals during close contact. Pets worldwide, including cats and dogs, have been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, mostly after close contact with people with COVID-19.
What to do if you think your pet has the virus that causes COVID-19
Pets infected with this virus may or may not get sick. Of the pets that have gotten sick, most only had mild illness and fully recovered. Serious illness in pets is extremely rare.
Pets that do have symptoms usually have mild illness that you can take care of at home.
Pets sick with the virus that causes COVID-19 may have:
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
Lethargy (unusual lack of energy or sluggishness)
If your pet is sick and you think it might be from the virus that causes COVID-19, talk to your veterinarian. If you are sick with COVID-19 and your pet becomes sick, do not take your pet to the veterinary clinic yourself. Call your veterinarian and let them know you are sick with COVID-19. Some veterinarians may offer telemedicine consultations or other plans for treating sick pets.
Depending on your pet’s symptoms, your veterinarian may recommend that you isolate your pet at home. If your veterinarian recommends home isolation and you are able to care for your pet at home, keep your pet at home, except to get medical care. A pet can be isolated in the same way as a person sick with COVID-19. Protect yourself when caring for a sick pet by following the same precautions recommended for people caring for an infected person at home. Cats should be kept inside. Do not allow cats that have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 to roam outside.
The Pet Pandemic.
The 'Pet pandemic' is following the exact same path as that for humans, up to a point. The initial scare stories peppering the media have already started. And they're now accompanied by the declaration of the fraud as scientific fact by CDC, WHO and others (see above) in exactly the same way as Covid-19 was done for the human pandemic.
Millions of domestic pets are about to be 'diagnosed' in the same way that humans were, though expect to see even more 'Asymptomatic' cases in the pet pandemic as cats and dogs can't argue back.
Where the pet pandemic will deviate from the human one is how sick animals will be treated over that of their human counterparts. In zooilogical pandemics it is now standard practice to slaughter the infected animal. It doesn't matter if the animal has no symptoms, or even that the disease isn't fatal, slaughter is the preferred means of spread prevention.
This mad theory was what lead to six million cattle being culled in 2001 on the say-so of one Neil Ferguson. It was Ferguson who, in 2001, convinced Prime Minister Tony Blair to have 6 million cattle slaughtered to stop the FMD epidemic. If a cow was infected, not only was the whole herd slaughtered but the herds of all adjacent farms 'just to be sure'. Mass culling of animals has become the accepted method of stopping the spread of a zoological virus.
Mass Culling has begun.
Mass culling of animals suspected of having Covid-19 has already taken place. Early in the pandemic Denmark cull all its mink - 17 million animals - all to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Hong Kong slaughtered thousands of domestic pets to 'prevent the spread of Covid-19' causing outrage among pet owners.
Vaccinating animals for Covid has also begun.
The Scientist reports 'The Rise of COVID-19 Vaccines for Animals' stating:
While SARS-CoV-2 has caused illness and millions of deaths among humans, multiple nonhuman animal species have turned out to be susceptible to it, too. This has led to the development and use of veterinary vaccines. The article also contains the bizarre statement:
“The animal participates in this process and can walk away at any time,” explains Nadine Lamberski, head of wildlife health at the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance.
Have your pet vaccinated or have it killed will be the false choice offered to every dog and cat owner in the UK.
Expect fear and pseudo-science to be ramped up over the coming months, all to condition pet owners to assume the pet-pandemic is real. Once sufficient fear has been instilled in owners, a miraculous 'cure' in the form of a vaccine will emerge. The owner will be presented with three choices, their pet being ill and possibly dying of Covid, being humanely killed, or to have a vaccine. Guess which one they will choose?