Correct... A Mink is different... and so is a bat. There are some animals that have a close similarity of our own ACE2 receptor. From these animals a transmission of the infection is possible. That's the case with the Mink.Don't forget Mink to human spread of SARS-CoV-2 has been reported in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Poland, and new data suggest it might have occurred in the United States. Cant predict those bloody mutations.
I was only referring to cats and dogs as these are our usual household pets. It's not the mutations.. It's the similarity of the ACE2 receptor that plays the role. So don't worry about your domestic pets.