Rabies is a virus which attacks brain cells and nerves in mammals, especially dog and cats. It gets transmitted through infected saliva or bites. Some of the symptoms of this disease include foaming in the mouth; sensitivity to water, sound, and light as well as extreme behavioral changes. If you come across any animal, especially dogs in living in the streets, immediately contact the local authorities. Those with pets and those come in contact with animals often are highly advised to vaccinate themselves as well as their pets yearly. Rabies vaccination is easily available in any animal clinic or hospital. The dogs in our shelter, including the ones that are brought for spaying, are vaccinated. It is very important to make sure that when they get back to the communities, they are not only healthy but safe as well.