There is a dog being kept in a van on the Unit block of Bryant Street, NE. Cops and animal control responded but because Dog has food and water and “shelter” they won’t do anything. Dog is howling up a storm. Does the community have more ideas to help the pup?”
Update: “The neighbors tried calling around to the area home depots to determine ownership to no avail. The van was moved by 7 am. Unknown on the status of the dog that was being kept inside”
I present to you 1 day old guinea pigs. Yes, they come out fully formed: hair, teeth, sight, and hearing ready to go and basically look like miniature adults from the get-go! These little ones will be ready for adoption along with their two other siblings at the Humane Rescue Alliance once they are weaned.”
So we do what we gotta do. Thanks to Walderness for sending from this weekend’s Womens March.
Thanks to Corinne for sending from the Red Line.
Thanks to Lauren for sending from the Silver Line.
And thanks to the genius whoever invented the dog carrying backpack.
And thanks to God for inventing Corgis. And gin.
hahaha this one is great. A bit of a different tact from this one. Thanks to Will for sending from Georgetown.
Thanks to Lindsay for sending: “Kudos to the lady who checked the doggo was ok and tried to stop it from digging. Owner didn’t blink at the mess.”
Thanks to Erin for sending: “This sleeping pup was spotted on the silver line.”
*This series will feature any pets in a backpack/bag. On metro, or not. Corgi, or not.
My friend was driving near Rock Creek Park in NW at 1:30am last night and came across a dog that had been hit by a car.
FOUND DOG!! Female brindle pit mix I think. Sharing in hopes of finding her owner as she had no tags or microchip. I was driving on Rock Creek Parkway near Waterside exit in NW DC last night around 1:30am and saw a dog on the road that had been hit by a car that was pulled over with its hazards on. The guy confirmed he hit her but didn’t seem to be doing anything about it so I put her in my car and took her to the vet where she is now. Read More