Visiting bear spotted: Glenbrook Lane and 49th St . NW, June 26. Humane Society officers tranquilized and safely captured a bear.
Panda’s hideout foiled: Smithsonian National Zoo and Adams Morgan, June 24. A red panda reported missing Sunday night was spotted hiding in a tree. The bear was lured by Humane Society officers and returned to the zoo.
Deer rescued and released: Tennyson St. NW, 3000 block, June 23. Responding to a report, an animal control officer removed a 1-week-old fawn that was trapped between two fences.
Housing problem: P St. SW, unit block, June 18. An owner who was moving surrendered a 6-month-old red shepherd mix to a Humane Society officer.
Cat’s collar removed: Second St. SE, 3800 block, June 18. A Humane Society officer was investigating a case of a cat that was surrendered to the society with an embedded collar.
Dog sprained its leg: Irving St. NE, 1200 block, June 19. A Humane Society officer met with an owner whose dog was limping and was seeing a veterinarian that day.
Adoptable dog: Bruce Pl. SE, 2700 block, Jan. 4. A 2-year-old American Staffordshire terrier mix was taken to the shelter as a stray.
Dog fight wounds treated: Fairlawn Ave., 1600 block, June 20. A woman took a 2-year-old pit bull to the league’s medical center because the animal had gotten into a fight with a stray dog.
ASPCA $100K Challenge: The league has reduced adoption fees until Aug. 31. Cats and kittens are $6, or $10 for two animals adopted at the same time; puppies younger than 6 months, $100; and dogs 6 months and older, $50. For on- and off-site adoption events, visit the Web site.