What Are the Risk Factors and Symptoms of Rabies?

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I found a baby raccoon I have had it for 4 months I nursed it and f e e a d it she is pretty aggressive about playing but she is still very loving she is so adorable does the most funniest things
I read a post sometime last month saying a women in Colorado rescued a baby raccoon and she and her 20 friends are receiving rabies treatment. If you search, you may find that piece of news.
I found a baby raccoon I have had it for 4 months I nursed it and f e e a d it she is pretty aggressive about playing but she is still very loving she is so adorable does the most funniest things
I read a post sometime last month saying a women in Colorado rescued a baby raccoon and she and her 20 friends are receiving rabies treatment. If you search, you may find that piece of news.
Hi well take care of the raccoon that someone found  or you!  I am well today I saw a bird fly over to me and it was on me for about 10 minutes or maybe 15 and I’m getting a headache and I’ve been feeling nauseous and I  getting weird bumps


  on me so if you’re able to answer it or do  something thank you so much!   Great day bye!
I think your symptoms are related to your mental stress. Try to relax and do something else you like to distract yourself.
I had three raccoons when I was a young girl. When your raccoon goes into heat or it becomes mating season...beware they mean business. They need to be returned to the wild where they will find a mate.  Otherwise you need to have the pet raccoon neutered or spayed. They become dangerous as a pet.

Quickly make a decision regarding returning the pet to it's natural habitat or get to a veterinarian clinic.

Bonnie
The first symptoms include a tingling, itching or cold feeling at the site of the bite, progressing within days to symptoms of cerebral dysfunction, anxiety, confusion, agitation. This may be followed by a low-grade fever and general feeling of illness.
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