Connecticut authorities say a raccoon has tested positive for rabies after attacking an 88-year-old woman who mistook it for her cat.
West Hartford Police continue to actively look for a woman who brought a rabid skunk to a veterinarian on North Main Street last Thursday afternoon.
The 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.
BOSTON (AP) _ Massachusetts health officials say a woman visiting Six Flags New England was bitten this week by a rabid skunk and are urging anyone who may have come in contact with a skunk […]
Police in Wolcott say they shot a rabid fox to death this week. On Tuesday, they received a report of a fox on the back porch of a town resident on Midwood Avenue. The fox […]
Authorities say a skunk which came in contact with a dog in Somers has tested positive for rabies,.
Health authorities are posting an urgent notice as they try to trace a woman bitten by a cat in Chaplin, Connecticut about two weeks ago.
Enfield Animal Control is alerting residents that a skunk recently captured in the Scitico section, near Manor Court and Heron Road, testied positive for rabies.
A stray cat found in the Hartford Pike area of Dayville has tested positive for rabies.The Northeast District Department of Health is warning residents to stay away from all stray animals, as they may carry […]