Viral infection likely cause of cats’ death, says dept

KUALA TERENGGANU: The most likely cause of the death of 20 cats found at the Pantai Bukit Keluang resort area in Besut on March 6 was a parvovirus infection, and not poisoning.

Terengganu Veterinary Services Department (DVS) director Dr Anun Man said the results of laboratory tests conducted by her department and the Chemistry Department found no trace of poison in the samples of the carcasses.

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