Over the last several weeks, the City of Longview Environmental Health Department has received several calls regarding order viagra online bats found primarily in the downtown area of Longview. Although none of the reported bats have tested positive for rabies, the Environmental Health staff encourage residents to be cautious when encountering the animals. “Thankfully, we …
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