5 baby raccoons abandoned in Mount Kisco could pose rabies risk

Westchester County Health Commissioner Sherlita Amler says that

Westchester County Health Commissioner Sherlita Amler says that while the raccoons appear to be healthy and well cared for, they could be infected with rabies. (May 23, 2014 5:57 PM)

The Westchester County Health Department has issued a rabies alert after five baby raccoons were left on its office doorstep in Mount Kisco.

Westchester County Health Commissioner Sherlita Amler says that while the raccoons appear to be healthy and well cared for, they could be infected with rabies.

Amler is asking for the person who left the raccoons to come forward right away, saying...

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