“Last seen on the 400 block of Kenyon NW in Park View on Saturday 11/16, but is a bit of a wanderer. Medium/Large. No collar. Very friendly.
May have been seen as far north as the 700 block of Rock Creek Church Road.
Please call Rebecca at 850-590-7407 if you have any information.”
Location 5500 block Kansas ave NW between Kennedy and Longfellow
Description: orange tabby 1 year old male. 8 lbs. no collar but is micro chipped. He’s friendly won’t bite or scratch may be skittish.”
“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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This cat was found in the 2600 block of Sherman Ave NW. If this is your cat, please contact [email protected] or text 908.291.8359 [Call: 908.291.8359] .”
“I found a dog today on the corner of Ninth and Emerson NW who ended up following me home. He doesn’t have any owner information but did have a rabies vaccination tag. I called the Washington Area Rescue League but they can’t find his tag number in their system. Just wanted to see if anyone was missing their dog? He seems really sweet and is just sitting by the door at my house quietly.
Owner can contact me at 917-204-7762 or [email protected]”
“This adorable cat was hanging around my kids’s school this morning and following folks around. The school is at 1800 Perry Street NE, but he was first seen on further east on the other side of South Dakota Avenue. The cat doesn’t have a collar but is clearly a well cared for cat. The school’s crossing guard said she would try to bring the cat to the shelter when she finishes her shift.”
A reader writes:
“Lost cat in McLean Gardens at 39th and Porter streets northwest. He must have darted out during trash collection. He is a 5 year old neutered male, gray and black stripes with a white chest. Please let us know if you see him! [email protected]”
Chester here is a quick kitty and escaped from our apartment yesterday (Sunday) at 100 I Street SE. Anyone in the Navy Yard area, please keep your eyes out! He can be skittish and is not used to being outside. Please contact barry (dot) halvorson (at) gmail (dot) com”
UPDATE: “Reefer has come home! thank you to the popville community for being so freakin awesome!”
Our beloved, curious, 9 month old kitten, Reefer is missing. He probably took an opportunity to sneak out the door at some point last night while one of our roommates wasn’t paying attention. (Fairmont between 11th and 13th) Unfortunately he recently outgrew his kitten sized collar and doesn’t have his nametag on. He’s very friendly and responds when you call his name. He is microchipped. We’ve gotten some strange looks from passers-by while calling for him, the only humorous part about this.”
A reader writes:
“My cat somehow escaped from my house last night while I was sleeping. We live on Quincy Place NW (1st and Florida). She is an average sized tabby with a clipped ear. She can sometimes be shy, but is a total sweetheart. We are devastated and her litter mate especially misses her very much. I can be reached at 240.421.6636. Reward offered if returned!”
A reader writes:
“We’ve just moved today — and our indoor-only cat seems to have escaped and is on the run.
Elroy was last seen at 11 am Tuesday in the vicinity of 17th Street near Newton Street, Mt. Pleasant. Since we just moved, he doesn’t know the neighborhood. And since he’s an indoor cat, he has no survival skills whatsoever.
He’s a big grey cat, weighing 15 pounds, but is afraid of his own shadow. Elroy is timid, but often motivated by food and is a real sweetheart. We’ll be your best friends if you find him!”