UK health authorities considered ordering the euthanization of all cats in the country after watching the chinese do it.
Ex-Deputy Health Minister Lord James Bethell made the admission that all Cats were earmarked for slaughter while trying to argue that governments were caught unawares in how to respond to the virus, remarking, “We shouldn’t forget… how little we understood about this disease.”
“There was a moment we were very unclear about whether domestic pets could transmit the disease,” he said. “In fact, there was an idea at one moment that we might have to ask the public to exterminate all the cats in Britain. Can you imagine what would have happened if we had wanted to do that?”
Bethell claimed that “for a moment” there was “a bit of evidence around” the idea after a Siamese cat became the first in Britain to contract COVID-19, but that the plan was “closed down” fairly quickly.
Cat owners were told not to kiss their pets and to observe “observe very careful hygiene” around them while keeping them indoors if a member of the household caught COVID.
China slaughtered millions of Cats and Dogs during lockdowns.
The panicked plan followed a number of videos that emerged from China showing officials in hazmat suits beating to death cats and dogs in the street, after their owners had been carted off to quarantine camps. Around that time the WHO began promoting the notion that Covid-19 had, for the fourth time in as many months, jumped species again. From Bats to Pangolins to Humans and then on to Cats and Dogs.
The CDC issued a statement suggesting pets were catching Covid.
'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.'
Pharmaceutical companies suggested Covid-19 vaccine programmes should be extended to animals.
An executive for one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the UK, who must remain anonymous, told the media that drugs companies had 22 million pet owners firmly in their sights, with another potentially 'enormous payday' in the offing.
The media then begun conditioning the public for a 'Pet Pandemic.'
news stories of animals 'discovered' to have been infected with Covid-19 began surfacing in the media:
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"
Mass Culling of animals began around the world.
Mass culling of animals suspected of having Covid-19 was performed by a number of countries during the pandemic. Early in the pandemic Denmark cull all its mink - 17 million animals - on the recommendation of WHO 'experts'. Hong Kong slaughtered thousands of domestic pets to 'prevent the spread of Covid-19' causing outrage among pet owners. Mainland China is suspected of killing millions more during and both the US and UK were set to do the same.
All this was done with no real evidence that the virus existed, or was infecting animals if it did. It was only a distinct lack of dead pets that derailed the plan. At least for the time being.