With the outbreak of COVID-19 getting worse, there are many videos related to their pets getting beaten to death. There are rumours spread among themselves, which stated that animal can spread the deadly disease, COVID-19. It is quite common for an animal to spread the virus. For example in 2013, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is found in camel meat. Most of the virus mutates in the body of the animal, hence many pet owners are scared there pet will be infected. Can pets spread COVID-19? Although there is no evidence that pets such as dogs and cats spread COVID-19 as stated by The World Health Organization (WHO), the residents of China are still afraid their pets will spread the virus to their friends and family. Precautions such as washing your hand after contacting with your pets are suggested since there is no evidence that pets spread COVID-19.