>Rabid Bat in Nampa


“Health officials were trying to track down the owner of a rabid bat, when Eric Griffith recognized his animal. “Here I see my bat on TV so I figure I better call somebody,” Griffith said. Griffith called NewsChannel 7, and we put him in touch with Southwest District Health officials, who told him he had a 10-day window to get a rabies shot. Griffith noticed his cat playing with the bat this weekend and left the bat in a coffee can in front of the Idaho Fish and Game office in Nampa. After determining the bat was rabid, health officials were hoping to find who left the bat so they could get shots right away – and that’s exactly what Griffith and his wife did.”

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