Pet-friendly housing unavailable: 37th St. SE, 300 block, May 2. A family displaced by storm damage to their apartment surrendered a corgi mix to the Humane Society.
Owner investigated: Upsal St. SE, 700 block, May 1. An emaciated dog that was tied outside was rescued by a Humane Society officer.
Spraying an apartment: 21st St. NE, 800 block, May 3. A Humane Society officer advised a family that was leaving a 1-year-old cat outside to urinate to have the animal neutered.
Mother returns to complete the family: Thomas Jefferson Bridge and 30th St. NW, May 2. Animal control officers responding to a report of a duckling stuck in the C&O Canal rapids rescued the animal and found its family later that day.
Adoptable cat: Girard St. NE, 600 block, April 4. A 2-year-old cat that was found as a stray was taken to the shelter.
Wandering dog: Gaithersburg, Portside Ct., unit block, May 2. A woman took a 2-year-old Shih Tzu to the league. She had found it as a stray March 23.
Medication preferred: Mount Ranier, Varnum St., 3200 block, May 7. A man took a 10-year-old Siberian husky to the league’s medical center because of a limp but declined X-rays because of financial concerns.