States issue rabies warnings, cautions to pet owners

05/15/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette · WPRI-TV (Providence, R.I.)

Some 132 animals, mostly raccoons, have been reported to have contracted rabies in Pennsylvania since January, and officials are urging owners to have their animals vaccinated against the illness. Similarly, health officials in Rhode Island are warning residents to avoid coming into contact with wild felines after a stray cat in Providence tested positive for rabies.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette · WPRI-TV (Providence, R.I.)

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