Bridgeton Police Department urge their residents to watch out for rabies, after a skunk tested positive. says, an animal control officer received an animal complaint after a skunk came pretty close to two dogs. After being sent to the NJ Department of Health, the skunk tested positive for rabies.

Now, authorities are urging residents to get their pets vaccinated for rabies if they have not already.

Also needless to say, stay away from any animals that seem to be acting a little crazy.

Unless you're feeling adventurous like this person who accidentally thought a wild fox was a cat.

Check out Bridgeton Police Department's warning on Facebook:

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