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.
Authorities in Burlington County are warning residents about a potentially rabid kitten on the loose.
A lab test on the fox confirmed it had rabies, and health officials put out an alert for the man to come forward.
Radnor Township police responded to the 400 block of East Lancaster Avenue on Monday afternoon, after a call came in about an injured fox. Later, the fox tested positive for rabies.
Tests have confirmed that a beaver killed along Pennypack Creek in Northeast Philadelphia is positive for rabies.
Game Commission spokesman Jerry Feaser says a beaver suspected of having rabies has been captured and killed after biting three people on Wednesday and Thursday in the Pennypack Creek area.
Vaccines can prevent most common infectious diseases in pets, but the cost can keep dog and cat owners from getting all the necessary shots. Throughout May and into June, the Pennsylvania SPCA is trying to change that.
by KYW’s Nan Talleno The Pennsylvania SPCA has recently launched its latest series of low-cost vaccine clinics at its headquarters located at 350 E. Erie Avenue from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Subsequent clinics will […]