Rabid Stray Cat Bites Teen

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    Susan Murray, Smithsonian's National Zoo

    A stray cat that bit an Upper Pittsgrove teen turns out to be rabid, according to NJ.com.

    Salem County health officials confirmed the testing of the stray cat on June 23.

    The South Jersey Times reported this is the fourth case of rabies in Salem County.

    The cat was euthanized. 

    County health officials urge caution when dealing with animals. If you are bitten by animal, you should report it to the local health department and seek treatment. 

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