Gemma Collins believes that her beloved rescue cat Twinkle death of coronavirus.
The former TOWIE star, 39, opened up about his cat’s last moments and said that she had put on a ventilator by a veterinarian before it dying later the same day.
Gemma claims come after a new report from the University College London, who discussed concerns that the cats could cause a second wave of Covid-19.
Opening: Gemma Collins has revealed that she believes that her beloved rescue cat Twinkle died of coronavirus
The TV personality, the cat in the Twinkle died last month at age 25.
She announced the four-legged friend’s death in an Instagram post she captioned: “I saved her 22 years, she has spent the last night.
“I am absolutely [heart] broken. I love you Twinkle.’
She told The Sun: “I was so angry about it – I think it was Corona. She had never had respiratory problems, and it was just too weird how she died.
Devastated: The former TOWIE star, 39, opened up about his cat’s last moments and said that she had put on a ventilator by a veterinarian before it dying later in the day
‘I took her to the vet and it was so awkward because of Corona, I had to leave her on the trunk of my car in a box, and I just told the vet please keep in life.
“And then he called me two hours later and said that he had put her on a ventilator and she died.’
Gemma then revealed that she was so angry she could not speak for two days.
She also added that she feels because she and Twinkle had a bond and will be reunited in heaven.
The British Veterinary Association web site crashed two months ago after, it seems to suggest that all of the $ 10.9 million cats in the UK should have a curfew in all of the coronavirus pandemic.
It was then revealed that only the owners of cats who have had to self-isolate should keep pets inside, because a study has shown that cats can transmit the virus.
It’s so sad: Sharing an image of his feline friend, Gemma wrote: I saved her 22 years ago, she spent last night. “I am absolutely [heart]broken. I love you Twinkle’
The Blue Cross website states: “There is no evidence that cats or other pets, in the UK have been infected by the new coronavirus, and there is nothing to suggest that cats can transmit Covid-19 people.
“It is always a good idea to wash your hands with soap and water after stroking your pets for the protection against viruses and bacteria such as E. coli and salmonella.
‘The government’s guidelines advise cat owners to wash their hands before and after handling their cats.’
However, 10 000 breeding mink have been killed in the netherlands after they were suspected of transmitting the virus to at least two human beings.
In an article in The Lancet Microbe, the experts from University College London, said it was “increasing evidence” that some animals can pass Covid-19 with the man.
Upsetting news: She then shared clips of him stroking his pet as she reminisced on the good times they had together