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Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Dogs, cats, pigs, humans get H1N1
Dogs in China are getting swine flu (h1n1) and many cats in the U.S. and Europe and throughout the world are getting swine flu and dying from it. Pigs get it(Swine flu) and I think birds like chickens and roosters get it too. It is considered likely that transfer of the disease between species is taking place worldwide. However, mostly I have heard mostly of people giving swine flu to other creatures by touching them. However, both my daughter and myself have had the swine flu and neither of our dogs got sick from it.