FYI, if you didn’t know already, don’t go Round trying to pet raccoons, opossums or any other critter you find walking around your yard and no, don’t try to catch those little bats that are out trying to control the mosquito population.

FYI, if you didn’t know already, don’t go Round trying to pet raccoons, opossums or any other critter you find walking around your yard and no, don’t try to catch those little bats that are out trying to control the mosquito population.

The Florida Department of Health in Brevard County (DOH-Brevard) urges residents to avoid contact with wild and stray animals to protect themselves from the risk of rabies exposure. FYI, if you didn’t know already, don’t go Round trying to pet raccoons, opossums or any other critter you find walking around your yard and no, don’t try to catch those little bats that are out trying to control the mosquito population. That also goes for any cute little feral kitty that you might think is unvaccinated.

Joking aside, rabies is a serious issue and you don’t want to have to deal with the treatment if there’s the possibility you may have been bitten or scratched by an infected animal.

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