Reunited with owner: Banneker St., NE, 3100 block, Feb. 2. A Humane Society officer captured a German shepherd running loose and found a microchip on the dog.
Injured bird: V St. NE, 500 block, Feb. 2. A Humane Society officer found an injured seagull and transported the bird to an animal rescue.
Caught in action: Everett St., NW, 3600 block, Feb. 4. Responding to a call, a Humane Society officer captured a squirrel running around in the basement of a residence and released it outdoors.
Dog returned: Bladensburg Rd. NW, 2600 block, Feb. 4. A Human Society officer spoke to a man who found a dog in the woods that had been missing since Jan. 21. The dog was reunited with its owner.
Flight canceled: Sixth St. NW, 2300 block, Feb. 5. A Humane Society officer picked up an injured Canada goose on the sidewalk. The bird was taken to an animal rescue group.
Keeping warm: Stevens Rd. SW, 1200 block, Feb. 7. A Humane Society officer captured a squirrel in a boiler room and released it outdoors.
Kitchen visitor Hawthorne Rd. NW, 3100 block, Feb. 7. A Humane Society officer captured a squirrel in the kitchen of a home and released it outdoors.
Abandoned animals: 28th Pl. SE, 1700 block, Feb. 7. The Humane Society executed a search warrant to rescue a dog and cat that were abandoned in an apartment. Both animals were dehydrated and underweight.
Outdoors in the cold: K St. NW, 1500 block, Feb. 10. A homeless man who had tried to find a stray dog a home surrendered the animal to the Humane Society.
Keeping three dogs: Hawaii Ave. NE, 100 block, Feb. 10. Responding to a complaint of dogs living in unsanitary conditions, a Humane Society officer met with an owner who was overwhelmed with caring for a dog and six 4-month-old puppies. The owner surrendered four of the puppies.
Dog with injury: 24th St. NE, 3300 block, Feb. 10. An owner surrendered a 6-month-old pit bull mix to a Humane Society officer because it had an injured paw. The owner could not afford veterinary care.
Adoptable cat: Georgia Ave. NW, 7300 block, Nov. 3. An owner surrendered a 13-year-old cat to the shelter because the landlord did not allow pets.
Pet restriction: Shepherd St. NW, 900 block, Jan. 28. A woman relinquished a 11 / 2-year-old German shepherd mix to the league because her family was moving to a home where no pets were allowed.