Canine coronavirus and COVID-19 belong to the genus Coronaviridae, both of which are RNA viruses. But canine coronavirus (CCoV) is different from COVID-19.
The virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly spread from person to person, but it can also spread from person to animal.
No, viral infectious diseases in cats are not zoonotic, do not infect humans, and do not cause any harm to human health. But it can spread to other cats because the virus can survive indoors for a long time.
Feline herpesvirus is caused by infection with feline herpesvirus type 1, which is species-specific and is not usually transmitted to dogs.