Tioga County officials are urging residents to be aware of their surroundings after a man was attacked by a rabid bobcat.
County health department officials say the incident happened in the Nichols area this week. Officials are urging residents to be aware of their surroundings outdoors and lookout for animals acting unusual.
Rabies is spread from animals to humans through close contact with infected saliva.
If you see an animal acting unusual, call the health department at 687-8565 or the Sheriff's Office at 687-1010.
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