The Golden Ghetto is under siege from flying rats at the end of Summer.

Here's a bit of local health official guidance . . .

Encountering A BAT could lead to possible rabies exposure. If it happens, experts said it’s important get checked out right away.

“I would recommend that someone contact their physician, or they can contact our department and speak with someone to help them with that exposure,” said Charlie Hunt, Deputy Director of the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment.

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Calls about bats in homes on the rise in Johnson County, but experts say it's not uncommon

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. (KCTV) - Renay Martin of Johnson County said she was sleeping in bed when she felt something sweep across her face. "Having a bat in the bedroom and flying on your face is... it's crazy," she said. According to Martin, she did not get bitten or scratched by the bat.