Medicine: Mad Kittens

At Windsor, Ontario, last week, one Mrs. Jackson found a mad kitten swinging by its sharp incisor teeth from the lobe of her 5-year-old daughter Jeanette's ear.

Seizing tail, Mrs. Jackson tugged kitten from torn ear, killed kitten. Soon Dr. Frederick Adams, a Board of Health official, cut off kitten's head and sent it to the Provincial Laboratories at Toronto to be examined for rabies symptoms. Meanwhile prattling Jeanette Jackson received Pasteur treatment, did not seem to have rabies.

Also at Windsor, Ontario, little Lorraine Goyeau died in convulsions at the Hotel Dieu, after being bitten by another mad kitten.


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