Bobcat that attacked woman may have had rabies

04/30/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

An Arizona woman was scratched and bitten by a bobcat, and a bobcat near the area was killed after it was seen acting strangely. The animal is being tested for rabies, and out of caution, the woman received post-exposure rabies prophylaxis. "Bobcats rarely attack people, but when they do, the animal is often rabid," according to the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

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