Kerr County

Sixth case of rabies in Kerr County confirmed by authorities

KERR COUNTY – Officials in Kerr County have confirmed two additional cases of rabies in the area.

It was stated that on September 13, a bat and a fox were found to have rabies, bringing the total rabies cases this year to six.





“Rabies is a disease that’s NO joke,” warned authorities. “Please, be sure your pets rabies vaccinations are current.”

If anyone encounters an animal acting strangely or aggressively, contact Kerr County Animal Services at 830-257-3100 or the Kerrville Police Department at 830-257-8181.

 





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