FARMINGTON, N.H. (AP) — Police in Farmington, N.H., are setting up traps for stray cats after a cat that bit a woman several days ago tested positive for rabies.

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Police are encouraging pet owners to keep their cats inside and to have easily identifiable owner information on their pets in case they are picked up during the search.

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Authorities said six stray cats found in poor health have been euthanized and sent to the state lab for rabies testing.

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