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Raccoons on the prowl

Experts say roving animals usually don’t carry rabies

April 5, 2013

Raccoons have been popping up in some unusual places recently. But local officials say the chance of those animals having rabies is pretty sli....

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Apr-06-13 12:16 PM

Amazing...the plural of raccoon is censored

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Apr-06-13 12:15 PM

Canine distemper is a neurological disease that kills dogs (and cats), as well as Rac*****. The Rac***** are infected and they pass the disease through their saliva, urine, and feces. It affects their brain and can make them very aggressive toward us and our pets. We must be vigilant in seeing that our pets are protected by the proper vaccinations. The story is important if you have a dog or cat that is anywhere a Raccoon might have been, which in Marietta, is anywhere.

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Apr-05-13 7:28 PM

What??? We have wildlife inside city limits? On going problem for years.

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Apr-05-13 12:58 PM

Another opportunity for an in-town bow hunt?

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Apr-05-13 7:49 AM

I guess it's better than drug dealers and buglers

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