Deer dies: Cameron Station Blvd., 100 block, April 24. Animal control officers responding to a report found a severely injured deer. It was euthanized at the scene.
Squirrel dies: South Wilkes St., 700 block, April 24. A responding officer picked up a severely injured squirrel and took it to the shelter, where it was euthanized.
Cat trap successful: N. Quaker Lane, 900 block, April 25. Officers picked up a stray cat that was caught in a resident’s humane trap and took it to the shelter.
Death continues: Dartmouth Rd., 2900 block, April 25. Officers picked up a severely injured mourning dove from the front porch of a residence and took it to the shelter, where it was euthanized.
Encounter noted as a yelp review: Eisenhower Ave., 4700 block, April 26. A woman was touring a dog day-care facility when a resident dog bit her arm. A report was taken.
Playmate might have carried rabies: E.Windsor Ave., 300 block, April 29. Responding to a report, officers found a dead bat in a home where a dog was left unattended. The bat was sent for rabies testing, and the dog received a rabies vaccine booster.
Three cats orphaned: S. Reynolds St., 200 block, April 29. Officers assisted Alexandria police and removed three cats from a home where their owner had died. All the animals were taken to the shelter for safekeeping and were later released to a friend of the owner’s.
Squirrel picked up: S. Lynn St., 2400 block, April 21. An animal control officer picked up a baby squirrel lying on the sidewalk and took it to a wildlife rehabilitator.
Pane halts flight: N. Monroe St., 500 block, April 21. A responding officer picked up an injured bird that might have been stunned from hitting a window. The sparrow was taken to a wildlife rehabilitator.
Kittens not fit for duty: Jackson Ave. at Fort Myer, 300 block, April 24. An officer responding to a call picked up five 5-week-old orange tabby kittens that were found on the base. The animals were held as strays and were to spend several weeks in a foster home until being made available for adoption.
19th annual Walk for the Animals is Saturday: Registration is open for a three-mile walk or a one-mile stroll at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Bluemont Park, 329 N. Manchester St., Arlington County. awla.kintera.org/