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Authorities suggest public leave rabid animals to them
Testing required only if human or domestic animal exposed
Sherry Potters takes her Shih Tzu puppy “Oreo” from Humane Society vet tech Dan Sullivan on Monday afternoon after Potters brought the dog in for an exam.
George Pittman was mowing his lawn Tuesday morning when he noticed something strange; a raccoon had stumbled across his driveway in broad daylight and was walking in his direction. “First thing, you’re not going to see a raccoon in the daytime,” Pittman said. “When a raccoon comes up across your yard and you’re there, running a lawn mower and it’s (following) along, wobbling and not scared of you, you know something is wrong.”