Chimney needs a cap: Wheeler Rd. SE, 4300 block, March 12. An animal control officer captured a turkey vulture that entered a building through a chimney and was trapped in the basement. The bird was released outdoors.
Sick kitten: G St. SE, 4900 block, March 8. A 3-month-old kitten was surrendered to a Humane Society officer after its owner neglected to take it to a veterinarian.
Arrested for animal cruelty: Oglethorpe St. NE, 800 block, March 9. A Humane Society officer’s investigation led to evidence that a resident was tormenting a pit bull.
Dead dog examined: Bladensburg Rd., 2900 block, March 8. Humane Society officers are investigating a case in which a Rottweiler mix might have been intentionally poisoned.
Adoptable cat: Colorado Ave. NW, 5700 block, Jan. 2. A 6-year-old cat that had health issues was surrendered by its owner.
Treated and under observation: Fifth St. NW, 6000 block, March 7. A man took a 4-year-old boxer to the league’s medical center because it was attacked by another dog that was running loose.
No dogs allowed: Fourth St. NW, 5300 block, March 7. A woman surrendered a 2-year-old German shepherd mix to the league because she was moving.
Scheduled for surgery: Trinidad Ave. NE, 1400 block, March 12. A woman took a 5-year-old toy poodle to the league because it had a large lump on its abdomen. An inguinal hernia was diagnosed.