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Kim Jong-Un bans North Korean residents from keeping dogs at home

1 year ago
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We all know that a dog is man's best friend. But the leader of North Korea - Kim Jong-un has a different opinion about our smaller brothers. In his opinion, the dog is a symbol of capitalism. These animals are "a spoiled trend of bourgeois ideology." Now pet owners fear that their dogs will simply be eaten.


Kim Jong-un has banned residents of his republic from keeping dogs at home, reports DailyMail. What exactly the tailed friends did not please the leader is not reported, but Kim Jong-un said that the dog is a symbol of capitalism, which has no place in the country.



 It is worth noting that in South Korea, dog food is starting to lose popularity when in North Korea, human friends are still consumed with gusto. The pet owners suggest that Kim Jong-un is trying to solve the food problem in the country with his ban.

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There are unconfirmed reports of the death of North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un and many users are have started to react with rather funny posts and comments.

 

Speculation about Kim Jong Un's health was first noticed when he was absent from the birth anniversary of North Korea’s founding father and his grandfather, Kim II on the 15th of April.

 

Although state media has not made any comments and is still silent on Kim Jong Un’s whereabouts, he was spotted at his luxury resort town in the eastern part of the country.

 

This however is not an indication if Kim is dead or still alive.

 

So, while everyone now is now trying to figure out what is the health condition of the North Korea dictator, there is an explosion of hilarious comments about the Supreme Leader, including his possible successor, his sister - Kim Yo-jong

 

Bemorepanda has collected a list of top funny jokes:

 

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3.Kim Yo-jong taking advise from Donald Trump to inject lysol to fight the coronavirus pandemic

 

4.Meet the Kim Yo-jong medical team

 

5.Guess who cam to visit Kim Yo-jong in hospital?

 

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9.Kim Yo-jong receives 4 new friends requests on Facebook

 

 

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16.This is how Kim Yo-jong sister, Kim Sol-song looks on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Tinder

 

 

17.Kim Sol-song first day as North Korea Supreme Leader

 

 

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Can your beloved cat or dog give you coronavirus?


Experts agree, almost definitely not.


Hong Kong's Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) said that samples from the dog's nasal and oral cavities had tested "weak positive" for novel coronavirus. It was believed to be the first time that a dog anywhere in the world tested positive for the virus.


The dog - which had no symptoms - was put into quarantine and will be repeatedly tested until the result comes back negative, according to the statement. The department "strongly advises" that pets of people infected with coronavirus are quarantined for 14 days.



Despite this, the AFCD and the World Health Organization both agree there is no evidence that pets such as cats or dogs can be infected with coronavirus.


That's because while dogs can test positive for the virus, it doesn't necessarily mean they have been infected.


Is it worth quarantining pets?


According to Gray, who was working in Hong Kong during SARS, there is still value in quarantining pets from a scientific perspective, because it allows scientists to observe how an animal relates to a disease we still know relatively little about.


"Whilst it seems a bit scary, it's purely a precautionary measure, and it's certainly nothing for pet owners in general to be concerned about," said Gray.


Some pet owners in mainland China have been fitting their dogs with tiny face masks, but Gray said there is no benefit to that -- in fact, it's probably fairly distressing for the pet and could cause them to panic.



Instead, pet owners should stick to the basics: good hygiene.


Both WHO and Gray said owners should wash their hands with soap and water after touching pets.

"I am certainly not in any concern of my dog or cats, I'm far more concerned about myself catching it from a human being that has the disease," said Gray, who is a pet owner herself.


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