Two people are being treated for rabies in Kennebunkport, according to police.

Police said a resident took in an injured raccoon and was bitten several times.

[Maine woman gets $9,200 bill for rabies treatment]

Police said a responding game warden was also bitten while trying to move what they call an “illegally housed wild animal.”

[Mainer attacked by rabid raccoon drowns it in puddle]

Police said this is a reminder to never let a wild animal in your home, and to contact wardens about any injured animal.

Follow the Bangor Daily News on Facebook for the latest Maine news.