Luckily, distancing is their thing. While we knew cats could contract the coronavirus after five tigers and three lions in the Bronx Zoo tested positive, few people beyond Joe Exotic need to worry about snuggling with those kitties. But ordinary folk may be alarmed that two domestic cats in New York became the first American pets to test positive Wednesday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reassured that pets don't play a significant role in spreading the virus, but said as a precaution owners shouldn't let them roam.
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