Two cats test positive for coronavirus, April 22, 2020 news & the Simpson’s ‘Marge In Chains’ episode, May 6, 1993 & The Fool Monty, November 21, 2010

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These stories broke Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

New York had the first non-human, a tiger, test positive for the virus, that was Nadia.  Now they have the first household cats testing positive for the virus?  Don’t forget Event 201, the coronavirus outbreak simulation was held in New York, October 18, 2019.

Recall, the May 6, 1993 episode of Simpson’s about a viral outbreak involves a plot line of a pandemic after Home unleashes a pandemic from a package enclosing a “Juice Loosener”.

*The first case of coronavirus reportedly arrived in the U.S. on January 15, or 15/1, like 151, in Washington State, where Groening, the writer of the Simpson’s went to college (Evergreen). That cases was confirmed January 21, or 1/21, like 121. *Marge In Chains = 121

Read more about this episode here:

The episode released on the date May 6, a date that can be written 5/6, like 56…

See below why “meow” matters

Another Simpson’s episode that relates to a contrived pandemic is The Fool Monty, released November 21, 2010. This is where the cat / feline connection comes in.

This episode released on the 325th day of the year, which matters, because March 25, or 3/25, is the date the $6.2 trillion stimulus was signed off on, while the Bank of England is 325-years-old. Read more here:

In The Fool Monty, the story about ‘Apocalypse Meow’ is shown.

The caption sums to 65, like ‘pandemic’.

When Trump signed off on the March 25 (325) stimulus, it was a span of 65-days from him speaking to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, January 21, 2020, the same day the first case was confirmed in the United States. *Switzerland = 65 *Knights Templar = 65 *Year of the Rat = 65

For the clincher, April 22, 2020, was the 113th day of 2020, a leap year.

Don’t forget the pandemic was declared March 11, or 11/3, like 113.