Deer set free: Wisconsin Ave. NW, 2100 block, Feb. 15. Responding to a report of a deer trapped between a retention wall and a building, animal control officers sedated the animal, lifted it to safety and took it to a wooded area.
Unwanted rabbits: Longfellow St. NW, 700 block, Feb. 13. A caretaker surrendered two domestic rabbits to a Humane Society officer.
Costly pet: Forrester St. SE, 100 block, Feb. 14. Owners surrendered a 5-month-old pit bull to a Humane Society officer because they could no longer afford to care for the animal.
Dead dog investigation: 49th St. NE, 800 block, Feb. 14. A deceased pit bull was removed from a home that tenants had moved out of about a month earlier.
Adoptable cat: Sheriff Rd. NE, 4800 block, July 11. An owner surrendered a 2-year-old cat that didn’t get along with the owner’s dog.
A dose of antacid: Third St. NW, 6500 block, Feb. 13. A man took an 8-year-old Lhasa Apso to the league’s medical center because the dog had been vomiting and its appetite had decreased.
Dog goes home: 16th St. NW, 3600 block, Feb. 14. A woman took a 6-year-old boxer to the league’s medical center because the dog had a lump that had grown larger. A needle biopsy revealed no abnormal cells.
An injured leg: Walnut St. NW, 200 block, Feb. 19. A woman took a 6-year-old miniature schnauzer to the league’s medical center because of lameness in one of its legs. A possible tear to the meniscus was diagnosed.