That was no bobcat! Tests show a raccoon attacked couple

Officials say a Florida couple who believed they were attacked by a bobcat earlier last week were actually attacked by a raccoon.
The Sun-Sentinel reports Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman Carol Lyn Parrish says DNA tests of hair confirmed the species of the animal that mauled a Lauderhill woman last Friday. State investigators received the results on Thursday.

The couple, 71-year-old Rupert Fray and 85-year-old Eslyn Fray, were released from the hospital on Thursday. The husband says he fractured a hip, while the wife lost the tip of her right ring finger and is recovering at a rehabilitation facility.
The couple was attacked on a morning walk at their apartment complex in Lauderhill, a Fort Lauderdale suburb.
The animal wasn't found, and officials didn't say whether it was rabid.