Information sought: Eads St. NE, 5600 block, Oct. 20. The Humane Society is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for a cat that was found severely injured and had to be euthanized. Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to call 202-723-5730, Ext. 131.
Stuck cat: New Hope Rd. SE, 1300 block, Oct. 22. An animal control officer rescued a cat about 40 feet high in a tree.
Owner gives animals away: 19th St. SE, 1500 block, Oct. 20. Responding to a call about abandoned animals, a Humane Society officer met an owner who decided to surrendered three dogs and find homes for the cats and fish.
Abandoned cat: Livingston Terr. SE, 300 block, Oct. 22. An underweight cat was removed from an apartment.
Dead dog in the park: Elmira St. SW, 300 block, Oct. 19. Humane Society Officers picked up a dead, burned pit bull that was discovered in a park. The body was examined by a forensic specialist.
Adoptable dog: Clay St. NE, 4500 block, Sept. 2. An 8-month-old pit bull was surrendered to the shelter.
Cats galore: 14th St. NW, 5700 block, Oct. 19. A man surrendered four 5-month-old kittens to the league because his family owned too many cats.
Dash 5K and Doggie Run: The Capital Sprints is sponsoring a fundraiser to benefit the Washington Animal Rescue League. Registration is at 7:30 a.m., and the run starts at 8 a.m. Sunday at Rock Creek Park. For information, visit http://capitalsprints.com/the-dash-5k-doggie-run-november-4-2012.