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Protecting Your Family and Pets from Raccoon Rabies

This infographic is designed to help property owners protect their family and pets from Raccoon rabies infection this summer.

Though human cases are rare in the United States, more than eight thousand non-human rabies infections are reported each year. Raccoon constitute approximately 50% of all these cases, and raccoons living in the eastern United States are especially likely to be carriers of the disease.

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Protecting Your Family and Pets from Raccoon Rabies

Sebastiaan Laan

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3 Comments

  1. Racoons will also tear a cat up- I feed the feral cats and have seen many serious injuries. Please keep your cats in at night- do NOT let them roam!

  2. scary little critters aren’t they!! I get nervous that one will get my cat who is a PIA to get in at night.

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