Oklahoma sees a jump in animal rabies cases

07/29/2010 | KSBI-TV (Oklahoma City)

Oklahoma health officials have reported 42 cases of rabies in animals this year, spurring them to urge animal owners to vaccinate against the deadly disease, which attacks the central nervous system. The majority of cases were found in skunks, while four bats and a few horses and cows tested positive for the disease.

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