Link: Sunday Times - Times Online.
Moss, a member of the Defra committee who is campaigning for wider recognition of
MRSA through her charity the Bella Moss Foundation, said: "The real problem is that vets are reluctant to admit they have a problem in their surgeries. They blame the owners but often they are operating in conditions that aren’t good enough.
"If I had known about MRSA in animals or understood the risk, Bella could have been saved not just from death, but from inhumane suffering."
Moss, who has appeared in television programmes such as The Bill and EastEnders, added: "At least Bella was a wake-up call and the government is now taking the issue very seriously."
This article prompted media coverage around the world. See the link above for more and here for American coverage. The Bella story has appeared on personal web sites, news sites, dog care blogs and national media in several nations around the world.