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A bat was found at the junior high school in Wimberley on Friday. The bat tested positive for Rabies. It is very important to never pick up a bat as it could be the same situation, infected with rabies. Contact a local official for removal. The best option is to call Animal Control or the non-emergency number for your county, the number for Hays Animal Control would be 512-393-7896, or for the non-emergent number (512) 393-7800.photo courtesy: nandabooks.blogspot.com
Several varieties of animals can carry rabies and it is important to take precaution to prevent being bitten by one with this disease. Please find two links below explaining the event at the junior high and great information regarding rabies……
A canine distemper outbreak has occurred in Comal County, this being the reason of stressing the importance of vaccinating against this highly contagious and deadly virus. There were several dogs that lost their lives due to the virus when this could have been prevented. If you have not vaccinated your pet against this overwhelming disease, we ask that you please do so. Raccoon’s, foxes and coyotes also carry the disease; making for another reason to vaccinate. If you believe that your pet may be infected, please call your veterinarian immediately. Below you will find an article regarding the outbreak in Comal County as well as a link explaining the illness….courtesy: http://freshare.net