CAPE MAY COUNTY LEADS THE STATE IN RABIES IN 2013

New figures released by the New Jersey Department of Health has Cape May County leading the state in the number of rabies cases reported this year.  Cape May County has 23 reported terrestrial rabies cases through the end of September, putting us two ahead of a few other counties in the state.  20 cases were raccoons, while three were skunks.  Cats have accounted for 90 percent of domestic animal rabies cases since 1989 in this state.

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