Canine Distemper and the risk it poses

After a few cases of canine distemper were confirmed last month, the city of Frankfort urged residents to remain vigilant and cautious around wild animals. A couple of raccoons tested positive for the disease that has symptoms that often mimic those of rabies. The city issued a statement about the disease and what residents should do if they encounter an animal that they suspect to have the illness.

A popular restaurant on the campus of the University of Kentucky is opening up a new location. The eatery will specifically cater to squirrels, the “underserved population of the campus.” The miniature eatery will be named SquirrelsSquirrelsSquirrels, a play off of their main restaurant, GirlsGirlsGirls. Although there is a humorous side to this restaurant, they will be serving actual food to the animals that is crafted for their specific diets.

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City urges residents to be cautious around animals that might have distemper

The City of Frankfort is advising residents to be mindful of raccoons that may have canine distemper after three raccoons in the city tested positive for the virus last month.

The city issued a statement Wednesday with information about distemper and what a resident should do when encountering an animal possibly with distemper. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed three raccoons were positive for distemper at the end of December. Read more

Summary: After a few cases of canine distemper were confirmed last month, the city of Frankfort urged residents to remain vigilant and cautious around wild animals.

New girlsgirlsgirls location caters to SquirrelsSquirrelsSquirrels

Popular Tex-Mex campus favorite, girlsgirlsgirls Burritos is branching out into the pop-up restaurant trend with a new concept eatery that will surely attract a new customer base.

The restaurant’s new spinoff, a scale replica of the South Limestone location, will cater to UK’s “underserved squirrel population.”

Naturally, the only difference between the replica and the human-size restaurant is the new name: “SquirrelsSquirrelsSquirrels Burritos.” via WKYT

Summary: A popular restaurant on the campus of the University of Kentucky is opening up a new location. The eatery will specifically cater to squirrels, the “underserved population of the campus.”

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