Disney World in Orlando, Florida, has been placed under a 60-day rabies alert after a feral cat scratched two employees.
The cat, which tested positive for rabies, reportedly scratched the employees, but they were not infected. Officials warn all park-goers to avoid animals in the area, as they could have been infected by the cat.
The warning covers a two-mile stretch around Interstate 4 and Epcot Center Drive in Orange County, Florida. Pet owners are also urged to use caution if their animals have not been vaccinated.