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Answered: What is the most beautiful stretch of beach near San Juan Capistrano?

Definitely the beach at the Montage REsort in South Laguna!

Answered: Human rabies shots after effects

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Answered: Beach in California

There is a Lotu Beach, California, or at least there are pictures with that label. But there is no beach with that name on a list of California beaches. There is a Lotu Beach in Corsica. There is a Lotus Desaru Beach Resort in Malaysia.

Answered: Must cats have rabies shot

Yes, even indoor cats are required to have a rabies shot.

Answered: My cat reacted from rabies/distember shot..is now ...

I can tell that you are angry and are hurt. But, when I read your post, I have a very hard time making the vaccine responsible. I wil admit to the possibility that your cat's altered immine system (this is seen in cancer patients) could have resulted in some type of reaction. I am sorry for your ...
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What is your favourite beach in the world and why?

I have two favorite beaches. One is Grace Bay Beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands and the other is Pelican Beach also in Turks and Caicos. These beaches are just so incredibly beautiful. Grace Bay Beach is more populated but still not crowded. Pelican Beach is deserted and it feels like you own ...

Do squirrels carry rabies..help

Amazing! I have never heard of raising squirrels before, Seeing a Dr. wouldn't be a bad idea then having been gone for that long, You might want to have your dog checked as well. I goggled the symptoms for you::::: Symptoms After the symptoms of rabies appear, the disease is nearly always ...

If a person feels restlessness does he or she has a rabies?

NO. Rabies will kill you if you do not have medical intervention. http://kidshealth.org/parent/infections/bacterial_viral/rabies.html This is a good site that will give you information.