The animal may have been infected through the consumption of contaminated hay or grass or by being bit by flies who carry the bacteria’s spores.
The Wild Care Center is not taking in any more animals because it does not have enough money to care for them.
State animal experts say they’re in favor of a bill which would make it a class C misdemeanor to release an exotic animal into the wild without a permit.
An Indiana lawmaker is driving dogs from Indiana to New England as part of a program that takes dogs from overcrowded kennels in the state.
The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Team is working to improve breeding and feeding of animals in Eastern Afghanistan.