Camden County health officials have confirmed that a bat discovered in an empty room of a Cherry Hill, NJ residence last week has tested positive for rabies.
A raccoon removed from a residence in the Fairview neighborhood of Camden City has tested positive for rabies.
A raccoon removed from a Camden County residence has tested positive for rabies.
Officials in Radnor Township, Delaware County are cautioning residents of the Main Line community to be on the alert after a raccoon and fox have both tested positive for rabies over the past two weeks.
The skunk was collected from the property on Betsy Scull Road and tests confirmed it was positive for rabies.
A stray cat brought to a Collingswood Veterinarian’s office from has tested positive for rabies.
While there are no known human or animal exposures, the Camden County Health Department is urging residents to be aware.
A skunk removed from Voorhees Township has tested positive for rabies.
The Camden County Health Department has confirmed one positive case of rabies in Voorhees, New Jersey.
The skunk, which was removed from the Sicklerville section of Winslow Township on September 5th, may have come into contact with a resident’s dog.
The Montgomery County Health Department confirmed on Tuesday that the rabid bat was captured at a home on the 700 block of Mill Creek Road in Gladwyne.
A rabid skunk has turned up in Cherry Hill – not unusual perhaps, but worth a reminder of how to stay safe.
A rabid raccoon was sighted in the backyard of a Cumberland County home last month, according to county health officials.
Health officials in Delaware said at least six people in a Wilmington suburb were bitten or scratched recently by a cat that turned out to be rabid.
Health officials made the announcement Friday and said no one was bitten by the animal.