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Monday, January 6, 2014

Woman Exposed to Rabies from Wild Cat

An Oconee County woman is under a physician's care after being exposed to rabies in the Seneca area by a cat that tested positive for the disease, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Friday [3 Jan 2014]. Wild Cats have been found with rabies in both South Carolina And Georgia
Health officials recommend that people avoid wild animals acting tame and tame animals acting wild to reduce their risk of being exposed to the disease.
Officials said state law requires pet owners to have their pets regularly vaccinated against

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