Rabies is very serious, so I understand your concern. However, I don't think most bats will bite a person unless scared or provoked. Almost 10 years ago, a bat got into the duplex we were living in and "hung out" for a couple of days. We managed to shoo it outside once it woke up, and no one was bitten, and we were all fine. Also, when my husband was in Grad. School, his T.A. office was on the first floor, near an exit, and he had a bat in his office for at least a week, before him and his office mate figured out that it wasn't a "toy" that the other one brought in lol, and they were both fine. Just to be safe, you might want to talk to your Doc about what kind of marks to look for, or if you should all go in for exams. I hope that I have helped to ease your mind a little.