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(SeattlePI)   Having a miniature giraffe: opulence. Having a rabid pet llama: Georgia   ( seattlepi.com) divider line
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2013-01-08 08:37:21 PM  
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Pardon the intrusion. As a former llama owner I would like to point out that while "biting at itself" is a sign of rabies, "spitting at one of its caretakers" is also a sign of poor socialization, not necessarily rabies. The llamas original owner / trainer could have been an idiot.

/back to your usual silly llama thread
2013-01-08 11:25:52 PM  
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This thread. I jump in it.
2013-01-08 08:21:08 PM  
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I had to get rabies shots years ago when I was bitten by a rabid cat. It was one of my least favorite experiences.

Fun fact. Squirrels rarely get rabies because they rarely survive being bitten by rabid animals.
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