Auburn neighborhood on rabies alert; 3 people exposed

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Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 6:47 pm

A Lee County official is urging residents of one Auburn community to steer clear of any stray animals and to make sure their pet’s vaccinations are up to date after a stray kitten captured there tested positive for rabies.

Officials have identified two women the kitten bit in the Town Creek Park area, and they are trying to identify a third woman exposed to the infected animal.

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