Woodchuck Bite Spawns Rabies WarningPublic health officials in Meriden have issued a warning about rabies after a person was bit by a woodchuck that later tested positive for rabies.
State Nixes Free Rabies Test In Cases Without Human ExposureThe Connecticut Department of Public Health's laboratory will no longer provide state-funded testing of rabid wild animals suspected of infecting pets if there was no human exposure.
Residents Warned Of A Rabid FoxA woman and a cat were bitten
Rabies Reported In PlainfieldAuthorities in Plainfield say a badly injured cat the bit a town resident this week was rabid.
Rabid Raccoon Bites Bridgeport ResidentA Bridgeport resident who was bitten by a raccoon that tested positive for rabies is receiving the vaccine to treat the disease.
Stray Kitten In East Haven Tests Positive For RabiesEast Haven officials are warning residents that a stray kitten has tested positive for rabies.
Police Investigate Possible Coyote Attack Clinton police are warning residents to keep a distance from local wildlife or strange animals after a resident walking on Liberty Street Tuesday night was attacked, unprovoked, by a large dog or coyote.
Rabies Found In Hamden Raccoon That Attacked WomanConnecticut authorities say a raccoon has tested positive for rabies after attacking an 88-year-old woman who mistook it for her cat.
Police Continue Search For Woman Exposed To Rabid SkunkWest Hartford Police continue to actively look for a woman who brought a rabid skunk to a veterinarian on North Main Street last Thursday afternoon.
Woman Brings Rabid Skunk To West Hartford VetThe West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District and the West Hartford Animal Control Division of the West Hartford Police Department are trying to contact the woman who brought a skunk to Veterinary Specialist located at 993 North Main St. in West Hartford (near Hall High School) on Thursday, March 6.
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