Your Afternoon Animal Fix + Adopt a Cat

If you have any fun or interesting animal/pet photos or news please shoot me an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say what neighborhood you’re from or upload to the PoPville flickr pool. I can’t guarantee I’ll get them all posted but I’ll do my best.  I’m aware not everyone loves pets.  But they bring me (and others) a lot of pleasure.  It’s cool, hold tight, a new post is coming in a half hour, you can make it!

Photo by PoPville flickr user Gosia_K

“Here is a picture of my Eckington-dwelling pupp, Ovi (on the left), taken this afternoon by my amazing dog hiking lady.”

Photo by PoPville flickr user tess271

After the jump see a cat available for adoption.

If interested email me and I’ll connect you with the reader:

“There’s been a cat in my back yard for the past few weeks, and I’ve heard you might be able to help me find a home. It seems friendly, and definitely isn’t starving yet, but it’s constantly out back, pawing at the door and meowing mournfully. It’s depressing the heck out of me! One of my roommates thinks it’s pregnant, the other disagrees… I have no idea. I’d be happy to catch it and keep it around if someone would come take it, in Shaw.”

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  • I’ve since found out that it’s spayed, so the pregnancy fear is no longer an issue! =)

  • does it hunt rats and mice?

    there is a rat burrow in my front yard. hunger will not be an issue.

  • Can you start a new, separate blog for these please?

  • I live in the neighborhood and I know this cat. It’s feral. A couple of people leave food out for it and there is a doorless cage with cushions s/he sleeps in sometimes. A restoration gallery paid for the spaying a while back. No need to adopt it.

  • So where was the photo of the coyote taken? We do have them in Rock Creek Park and it would be amazing if this photo was taken there.

    • The coyote photo is mine. I took it last Friday in Shenandoah National Park along Skyline Drive. He was just trotting along the side of the road near the trail head that I was heading towards.

  • I have a colony of cats in the alley behind my house in Columbia Heights. One of them is particularly bold and is always at my door demanding food or attention, but he never actually wants to come in. The Humane Society could take it in, but if it’s truly feral the best you can do is this:

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