Re: Avian influenza A(H5N1) - update 28: Reports of infection in domestic cats
That's really not how I understood the article, but perhaps I misread.
If you have a parrot that has been imported to another country, fine, I get that.
But, what I thought I read was that the birds with the virus were taken from Canada to another country to be killed.
I'm wondering why?
If they've got the virus, isn't it best to leave them in one place? KILL THEM THERE.
Seems to me, if you're moving them from place to place you are potentially spreading the virus.
Oh, yeah, but that was probably their reasoning.
What was I thinking?