The following were among cases handled recently by the Animal Welfare
League of Alexandria, which provides animal control services to the
city. For more information or to report emergencies involving animals 24 hours a day, call 703-838-4774.
'Dead Animal' Had Playful Past
ELLICOTT ST., 4000 block, July 27. A caller reported that a dead animal of an undetermined species was in the back yard of a house. An animal control officer found an old rawhide toy used by the homeowner's dog.
Baby Squirrels Found Near Tree
TANEY AVENUE AND NORTH JORDAN STREET, July 26. Two baby squirrels were found on the ground near a tree from which they might have fallen. Animal control took them to the city shelter, and they were later released to a wildlife rehabilitator.
Snake Dies Outside House
FORDS LANDING, 700 block, July 23. A black snake died on a driveway. It was taken to the city shelter for disposal.
Dead Fawn Outside Business
WHEELER AVE., 3800 block, July 26. The body of a fawn was found in front of a business in an industrial area. Animal control took it to the city shelter for disposal.
No report was received from the Animal Welfare League of Arlington for today's Extra. For information, call 703-931-9241.
-- Compiled by RIA MANGLAPUS