Failure to report immediately: Randolph St. NW, 900 block, Oct. 25. Three cats were surrendered to the Humane Society after they were left in an apartment for a month when their owner passed away and were not cared for by property management.
False report: 26th St. NE, 2900 block, Oct. 26. A Humane Society officer responding to a complaint that a neighbor had sealed a family of raccoons in a crawl space inspected the home and found nothing.
Storm rattles dog: Oat St. NE, 1200 block, Oct. 29. Animal control officers freed a chained 3-year-old pit bull that had become entangled in a ladder in a garage. The dog was taken to the animal hospital and was treated for a leg injury.
Dogs without food or water: Elmira St. SW, 200 block, Oct. 26. A Humane Society officer removed a pit bull and her four puppies that were abandoned in a vehicle for four days by an owner involved in a domestic violence incident.
Puppy received medical care: Anacostia Rd. SE, 300 block, Oct. 29. Humane Society officers picked up a stray 4-month old pit bull that tested positive for Parvo.
Adoptable kittens: Fifth St. NW, 1200 bloc, July 22. Two 4-month-old kittens that were found in a shed of a residence were taken to the shelter. For information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dog’s eye problem: L St. NW, unit block, Oct. 25. A woman took a 4-year-old Shih Tzu to the league’s medical center because of an eye problem. A severe ulceration of the eye was diagnosed, and surgery was recommended.
Cat’s condition relieved: 28th St. SE, 1500 block, Oct. 26. A woman took a 2-year-old cat that was diagnosed with aural hematoma to the league’s medical center, where fluid was drained from its ear and medication was prescribed.
Dog defaced: Landover, Hubbard Rd., 3500 block, Oct. 26. A 2-year-old Pekingese that was attacked by a dog, causing injury to its face, needed surgery to save one of its eyes. The owner decided to surrender the dog to the league.
Sick dog surrendered: Allison St. NE, 1200 block, Oct. 27. A man relinquished a 1-year-old Labrador mix to the league because the dog had an abscess in the abdomen.
Pets not allowed: Woodbridge, Beale Ct., 3400 block, Oct. 27. A woman relinquished a 1-year-old hound mix because she was moving to a building where pets were not allowed.