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Sharon Gordon & the ferret

  • Subject: [cg] Sharon Gordon & the ferret
  • From: "a.h.steely" gfcp@mindspring.com
  • Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 15:49:17 -0400

If this critter was an escapee from someone's house you may be OK, but you
should have it kept in a cage by yourself or some vet who can observe if it
is rabid.  Ferrets and other critters do not come up to people.  If they do,
it is often because they are rabid.  You need to be tested, though usually
shots are begun immediately if the critter is not caught for observation or
testing.  We always had to watch for wild critters in the parks in Phila.
When I was a kid you often saw foxes, skunks, etc.  If they don't run from
you, determine if they were pets.

Helen Steely

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