Injured bird recovers: F St. NW, 2000 block, Dec. 13. An animal control officer picked up a woodcock that had flown into a building and injured its beak. The bird was kept overnight and released into the wild the next day.
Chaos ends: Eighth St. NW, 6300 block, Dec. 14. A pit bull was surrendered to a Humane Society officer after it was injured in a fight with two other household dogs.
Abandoned rabbit: Fifth St. NW, 4600 block, Dec. 12. A Humane Society officer is investigating a case in which a pet rabbit had been left outside without food, water or shelter.
Owner investigated: Nicholson St. SE, 2300 block, Dec. 16. A Shih Tzu was surrendered to a Humane Society officer because the owner could not afford veterinary care. The animal’s eye had become infected.
Adoptable dog: Alabama Ave. SE, 4700 block, Oct. 26. A 1-year-old pit bull was surrendered to the shelter by the owner, who could no longer afford to care for it.
Animal holiday drive: The Humane Society is hosting a holiday drive through Friday. For a list of needed items and donation locations, visit www.washhumane.org.