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    Another Rabid Bat Is Found In Santa Clarita, Bringing County Total To 15

    The 15th rabid bat from Los Angeles County turned up in late July, in Santa Clarita.

    Animal Control, Public Health Officials Report Another Rabid Bat

    Los Angeles County Animal Control and Department of Public Health officials have reported another rabid bat in Santa Clarita.

    Ninth Rabid Bat Of The Season Turns Up In Newhall, Third In SCV

    A rabid bat was found in Newhall in June, according to a recent report from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department. It was the ninth case in the county this year and the third in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Rabid Bat Reported In Newhall, Third In County Since February

    Another rabid bat has turned up in the Santa Clarita Valley, at a residence in Newhall. It is the season's third rabid bat in Los Angeles County. Last year, nearly half of the rabid bats reported in the county were found in the SCV.

    First Rabid Bat Of The Season Reported In Agua Dulce

    Rabies season 2014 started in February, with a bat found dead in an Agua Dulce swimming pool. Last year saw an abnormally high number of bats in Los Angeles County and a large percentage of them in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Another Rabid Bat Found In Santa Clarita Valley Prompts Warning

    A 13th rabid bat sighting in the Santa Clarita Valley prompted another warning from Department of Animal Care and Control officials

    Two More Rabid Bats Bring Santa Clarita Valley Total To Seven

    Two more rabid bats were discovered in the Santa Clarita Valley in late July and early August, bringing the local total for 2013 to seven, 39 percent of the Los Angeles County total.

    Another Rabid Bat Turns Up In The Santa Clarita Valley

    The Santa Clarita Valley's fifth rabid bat turned up on a driveway in late July. L.A. County Department of Public Health officials warn residents to avoid handling bats that appear to be acting strangely. Call Animal Control instead.

    Saugus Family Dog Quarantined After Encountering Rabid Bat

    Another rabid bat was discovered in the Santa Clarita Valley, this time by a family dog. The dog is now being quarantined, and all local pet owners are reminded to vaccinate their animals and to beware of bats acting strangely.

    Two More Rabid Bats Show Up In Santa Clarita

    Three rabid bats have been reported in Santa Clarita this year, and nine across L.A. County. Since 1961, an average eight to 10 cases were reported yearly, but numbers climbed in recent years. There were 38 reported cases in 2011 and 56 in 2012.