In the Bay Bridge area, you’ll often see dead rats.
The dead rats are actually an invasive species that have caused a problem in the area.
It is not known how many rats have died, but in the past, the dead rats have caused issues with the sewer system and caused flooding.
The most recent death occurred last summer.
Residents began reporting dead rats in the areas surrounding the Bay and the Embarcadero bridges.
It was later determined that the dead rodents had been introduced into the area by a company that runs a pet food and pet care business.
Residents have told the Daily News they are getting sick from the rats.
They say they feel like they are dying from a disease.
So far, it appears to be confined to the area between the Embararcadio and the Bay Bridges, and it is estimated that there are more than 20,000 rats in San Francisco.
According to the San Francisco Department of Public Health, the problem with the dead rat population is related to a company called “Doggie’s Farm” that sells pet food, pet treats and pet food accessories.
According a spokesperson for the department, “Dogs and Cats United of San Francisco is a local animal protection group which has been working to stop the spread of the rat infestation in San Jose for more than a year.”
The spokesperson added that, in recent months, Doggie has been using dogs and cats to remove the rats from their homes and the city has stepped up efforts to deal with the problem.
The spokesperson also said that “we are taking every step possible to eradicate this problem.”
Doggies farm is located at 1255 E. Sacramento Ave., San Jose, CA 95113.
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