Dog lived with insects: Rand Pl. NE, 2200 block, Sept. 27. A Humane Society officer met with a family who surrendered a dog living in an insect-infested basement.
A mild collision: 14th St. NW, 4000 block, Oct. 1. After a report about a loose dog struck by a vehicle, an animal control officer found a Labrador mix with abrasions to the leg. The dog was reunited with its owners.
Cats impounded: Underwood St. NW, unit block, Sept. 30. A Humane Society officer removed four cats that emergency personnel discovered living in filthy cages in a basement.
Five sick cats: Darrington St. SW, unit block, Sept. 28. Three newborn kittens and two cats were surrendered to a Humane Society officer after they were discovered to be sick and living in unsanitary conditions.
Adoptable cat: 47th St. SE, unit block, June 5. A 1-year-old cat was surrendered to the shelter.
Owner moves on: Indian Head, Park Square Ct., unit block, Oct. 1. A man relinquished a 6-month-old kitten to the league because he was moving.
“Going, Going, Doggone” auction: The Washington Animal Rescue League is holding an online auction to benefit the league. Bids on art, dining certificates, hotel stays and more can be made at www.warl.org/doggone through Sunday.