Many protein receptors for animal and human viruses have been discovered in decades of studies. The main determinant of virus entry is the binding of the viral spike protein to host cell receptors, which mediates membrane fusion. In this work, a bilayer network is constructed by integrating the similarity network of the viral spike proteins, the similarity network of host receptors, and the association network between viruses and receptors. The structural perturbation method (SPM) is used to predict possible emerging infection of a virus in potential new host organisms. The reliability of this method is based on the hypothesis that the major barrier to virus infection is the differences in the compatibility of spike proteins and cell receptors, which is determined by the amino acid sequences among species.