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Especially neglected barn cats - no vaccnations, lots of interaction
11/1/2010 2:50:51 PM
Dog, because most dogs will go after varmints in the yard
11/1/2010 2:47:48 PM
Shots aren't mandatory, they ROAM
11/1/2010 1:04:40 PM
cats in our area and coons are the worst two. (maine)
10/28/2010 10:33:51 PM
Dogs are prone to wondering in the woods allowing for them to come across animals that could be infe
10/28/2010 3:56:49 PM
The cat is a close second.
10/28/2010 8:24:55 AM
I'm not very knowledgeable about rabies.
10/28/2010 2:30:40 AM
Because they are the hunter and kill and eat others that may be infected.
10/27/2010 7:19:44 PM
A dog would be most likely to aggressively approach rabid wildlife, but also more likely to be vaxed
10/27/2010 5:26:00 PM
Gosh--a rabid cow. Never even thought about it.
10/27/2010 4:00:54 PM
dogs & cats
10/27/2010 3:27:46 PM
cats cause people let them out all the time and don't supervise them
10/27/2010 2:39:44 PM
I would guess cats due to their hunting instincts and a lower vaccination rate than dogs.
10/27/2010 11:52:55 AM
Feral cats or dogs are most likely to come in contact with the disease...
10/27/2010 10:55:57 AM
cats eat rats and bats all are carries of rabies
10/27/2010 10:55:07 AM
if dogs are kept outside they would most likely find an animal that has rabies and be curious
10/27/2010 7:46:49 AM
Dog - because they're more likely to tangle with susceptible animals like raccoons
10/27/2010 7:13:39 AM
cats are more
10/26/2010 9:59:26 PM
Used to live in India, saw lots of them. Scary.
10/26/2010 9:05:21 PM
BLM infected WILD HORSES
10/26/2010 8:29:49 PM
DOG BECAUSE RABIES IS USUALLY REQUIRED BY LOCAL GOVT.
10/26/2010 8:20:13 PM
If it's a cat that roams outdoors.
10/26/2010 7:53:57 PM
Cats roaming habits expose them to more animals as does their hunting instinct
10/26/2010 7:40:50 PM
Cats are the number one domestic animal that carries rabies.
10/26/2010 7:01:10 PM
Dogs, because of their curious nature, are most likely to come in contact with a rabid animal.
10/26/2010 6:46:40 PM
The unvacc' animal having the most exposure to unvacc'd strays or wild animals is the most likely.
10/26/2010 5:30:56 PM
a dog would probably fight and a cat might
10/26/2010 4:36:10 PM
becouse of there free spirit and there are many unvaccinated cats
10/26/2010 4:04:16 PM
Chose dog, but cats hunt and are quite susceptible
10/26/2010 3:54:09 PM
A lot of dogs will confront smaller animals protecting their territory.
10/26/2010 3:40:53 PM
Dogs are more inclined to protect territory and engage rabid wild animals
10/26/2010 3:30:58 PM
Outdoor cats hunt and interact with wildlife, exposing them more often
10/26/2010 3:29:23 PM
10/26/2010 3:21:26 PM
assuming when not vaccinated
10/26/2010 3:18:29 PM
My barn cats are vaccinated every two -- not three - years.
10/26/2010 2:49:18 PM
They come in contact the most with wild animals.
10/26/2010 2:46:06 PM
Domestic cats are responsible for most rabies transmission to humans. Vaccinate!
10/26/2010 2:20:14 PM
Especially barn cats who often roam alone.
10/26/2010 10:31:46 AM
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