At the Bronx Zoo, a four-year-old female Malayan tiger named Nadia had tested positive for COVID-19. That adds to the three other tigers and three African lions who also showed similar symptoms.

Apparently the big cats caught the virus through a zookeeper who had the virus but didn’t have any symptoms. Hopefully these big cats will pull through and recover, but that means it may be possible for your cat to catch the virus too if you’re not careful.

So treat your cats well and treat yourself well too. The healthier you are, the healthier your cat will likely be as well.

To learn more about the big cats that caught the coronavirus, click here.