“My friends’ sweet, anxious rescue dog Kingsley went missing last night (10/25). Last seen in the Dupont area near R Street NW and Florida Ave NW.

Kingsley is a small, less than 20 lbs. terrier. If anyone spots him, you can contact Anderson Wells (443-683-0153 or”


“My cat, Harry got out some time early this morning in Anacostia. He does have a collar but he’s slipped out of that before so he might not have it on. His belly is shaved from a recent ultrasound.

He got out around the area of Talbert Ct/Dexter Terrace SE.

He doesn’t really come when called (he’s a cat, after all) but he loves all food and would probably come if someone put food down.


Photo by PoPville flickr user fromcaliw/love

“Dear PoPville,

My pup’s day care accidentally closed the car door on his tail and broke it (pretty bad break with bone exposed). They immediately took him to Petworth Animal Hospital around 5:55pm on a Wednesday evening. They admitted him and promptly closed at regular business hours at 6pm. At 6:20p after speaking to the van driver by phone, he said I will get my dog back from the vet on Friday (2 days later), which I found unacceptable and immediately called the vet.

To my incredible shock, their phone was unavailable and I wasn’t even able to leave a message because the mailbox was full! At that point I had no idea whether my pup received any care or what state he was in. I also called my regular vet in Dupont and asked if anyone had requested his records, they had not. Note, this was Wednesday evening and Petworth Animal Hospital does NOT have hours on Thursday. I spent all night agonizing about the state of my pup and drove first thing in the morning to see if I could retrieve him. I spent 4hrs in the rain waiting for someone to show up at NOON at which point (more…)


“My nanny’s mom found this adorable little dog in the parking garage of the Park 7 apartments, which are located on the corner of Minnesota Avenue and Benning Road NE.

He had a green and maroon harness on when she found him. He’s very sweet and appears to be well taken care of.

If you think you know where he belongs, please contact Tina at 2tina.thomas at gmail dot com.”


Update: “The cat’s owner was located. It is an indoor/outdoor cat that recently lost its tags.”

“I found this cat on my stoop on Park Rd in Mt Pleasant. Neighbors haven’t ever seen this cat before. It is in my house right now in a quiet room with food, water, and a litter box. Despite the gargoyle pic, she is super friendly. Hoping maybe someone knows if this cat belongs to someone!”


“Last seen in Mid-August near 1st and V St, NE
Black and Gray with orange collar “Templeton”
Tail slightly bent at tip
Shy but friendly
If you have seen him, please call or text 586-872-1328
Thank you!!”


“Lost Cat Please Help- Rock Creek Church Rd NW

We live on Rock Creek Church Road NW right near the intersection with Georgia Ave (near the metro). He got out around 7:15, and got spooked so he bolted. He is a gray cat with black stripes. The undersides of his back paws are black and his left ear is clipped. His name is Woodrow, but like most cats, he doesn’t really respond to his name. He’s exceptionally friendly, but we imagine he’s very scared right now (and wet), so he’ll likely be hidden somewhere small and dry. He’s likely very skittish, so if anyone finds him they can contact us at [email protected] He’s also chipped, so people can also call the Humane Society at 202-576-6664. They’ll give directions to make sure he gets to them, and then back to us.”

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From a press release:

“Washington National Cathedral will welcome pets of all kinds and their caretakers to the building’s West Front for “Blessing of the Animals” on Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. ET.

The event is part of the Cathedral’s celebration of the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and the environment. In the past, dogs, cats, horses, ferrets and guinea pigs have all assembled at the Cathedral to receive blessings. (more…)