If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share for the regular fix please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and your neighborhood. AdoPtville is run by two volunteers who compile these pets weekly from local shelters.
Farin is a sweet girl who came to Lost Dog all the way from Iran!
If you’ve got a warm lap, Farin is ready to occupy it. She’s very friendly with people and gets along with dogs her size once she gets to know them. Farin loves to go for walks and play with toys. She is house-trained and can be trusted when home alone. Farin has cataracts in both eyes which limits her vision but doesn’t slow her down much. She navigates her foster home very well. To learn more about Farin through Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation, email [email protected]
This prince is the sweetest in the land! Regency is a perfect gentleman at his foster home and has been such a treat. He can be a little shy to make an appearance at first, but once he’s comfortable, he will come out and just loves pets and attention and talking to you! Regency is a playful 5 year old with such cute bright round eyes, a precious “grumpy” face, and a triangle marking on his back! We can tell he’s had a rough start at life, including a poorly healed broken back toe (happily, he has no pain or limp from it!) but is so full of love and is ready for a new chance at a family. To learn more about Regency through Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation, email [email protected]
5333 Wisconsin Ave, NW. Once upon a time photo by m01229 Thanks to a reader for the heads up after yesterday’s news about TJ Maxx closing December 24th: “DSW is…
I definitely did a double take when I saw this tree (above) a few blocks from my house. Good news/timing from the National Park Service this morning: “Stay calm, this…
via google maps From MPD at 10:30pm: “Alert: Shooting investigation in the 1800 block of 3rd Street NW No Lookout.” Updates if/when more info is released.
Thanks to the now open Little Vietnam for sharing with us: “BANH XEO
Imagine being in a room with other interesting, like-minded humans and feeling confident and encouraged to share who you really are and what you really want? Where no desire or interest is too unusual, and you spend the evening building