Trapped and rescued: 14th St. NE, 2400 block, Aug. 21. A Humane Society officer removed a cat that was stuck between the bars of a security gate over a window and took it to the shelter.
Adoptable rabbit: Saratoga Ave. NE, 1400 block, Aug. 22. An officer found a pet rabbit in a cage with a bug infestation and then spoke to its owner about proper care. The owner surrendered the rabbit.
Foot loose: Cathedral St. NW, 3000 block, Aug. 23. An officer responding to a call freed a raccoon’s leg that was caught in a tree joint.
Dog has intestinal parasites: Atlantic St. SE, 400 block, Aug. 24. An officer advised the owner of an underweight 7-month old pit bull to take the dog to a veterinarian.
Praying for food: N St. NW, 3500 block, Aug. 25. An officer picked up a crow that appeared injured in front of a church and took it to the shelter. The bird was underweight and was taken to a rehabilitator.
Adoptable pet: New York Ave. NE, 1200 block, May 10. A 6-year-old domestic shorthair was surrendered to the society.
D.C. Walk for the Animals & Pet-A-Palooza: The Washington Humane Society will host its annual walk and festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 27 at the Kingsbury Center, 5000 14th St. NW, near the Carter Barron Amphitheater. To register for the one-mile walk, go to www.dclovesdcanimals.org. The Pet-A-Palooza includes live music, games, contests and activities. Adopt Force One, the society’s mobile adoption unit, will have animals for adoption.
Wound repair scheduled: Takoma Park, Roanoke Ave., 8100 block, Aug. 26. A woman took a 1-year-old domestic shorthair to the league’s medical center because of a wound on its side.