Officials issue a rabies alert

JOHN LOESING/The AcornHUNTER BEWARE-The small brown bat, above, is the most common species in L.A. County. The female cat in Calabasas, left, keeps her eye out for small prey. Because rabid bats have been found locally, it might be wise to have cats vaccinated. Dogs must get rabies shots once every 3 years.

Bats in Calabasas, Westlake Village, T.O. have infected cats
By John Loesing
Acorn Staff Writer

Los Angeles County health officials have issued a rabies alert for residents in th...

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