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Old 01-31-2013, 12:58 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by pacanis View Post
Last year a groundhog/woodchuck (or whatever you call them in your area) attacked a man not too far from me. It came out from underneath a parked car and bit his leg. He managed to kill it and sure enough, rabies. And a rabid cat attacked a man on a bicycle. I think I even remember seeing a cow on the state's rabies list. Remember, this is reported cases. I'm sure a lot go unreported/tested.
And these attacks not only happen in the coutryside. Racoons and skunks abound in the city. Even possums. Squirrels and sewer rats are known carriers also.

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