Since more rabid bats have come into contact with people than with cats, using the logic of the McHenry County Department of Health, it seems that we should expect a recommendation that all human beings be vaccinated against rabies.
That’s the thought that came to mind as I read this story in the Daily Herald.
And look at this great table that I found in the Northwest Herald while reading back copies that my mother-in-law is kind enough to save for me.
Keeley Cat is still keeping our home in Lakewood bat free.
Maybe I am missing something.
The top picture is of Keely on our large living room couch.
No, it isn’t.
That’s our 10-year old imitating the Mitten, called “Badmitten” when appropriate.
Catkins is in the photograph below on the smaller couch.
You can see that he is perfectly capable of protecting the Skinner household.
He practices on insects.
Click on his picture and see how fierce this cat is.