Pet of the Week
Iris is a beautiful 4-year-old Siberian husky mix. She is available for adoption at the Washington Animal Rescue League.
WTOP Living is partnering with the Washington Animal Rescue League to feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption.
Despite his less-than-dignified name, this 5-year-old Tuxedo cat is quite the gentleman.
Jill is a sweet, submissive, slightly shy girl with the most appealing underbite.
Rose Morgan is an adorable 4 1/2-month-old hound mix puppy with only three legs.
Looking for a bouncing brindle ball of fun? Then look no further than Anika, a 4-month-old shepherd mix puppy.
This Schnauzer/terrier mix is the quintessential scruffy canine silver screen star -- or in his case, a retired star.
Kreeli is a 10-week-old retriever mix puppy with a great personality.
Ironman, a 1-year-old domestic shorthair tabby, is looking for a home.
This 7-year-old Shih Tzu mix was found as a stray, suffering from a burn wound on his back. Despite being in considerable pain, this brave little guy was the model patient and is now looking for a home.
Meet Carpenter, a 3-year-old Manchester Terrier.
Bambi is a pretty 4-year-old Labrador retriever mix. True to her breed, she loves to chase and retrieve tennis balls and will drop the ball right at your feet on command, waiting eagerly for you to throw it again.
Meet Coffee Bean, a beautiful 2.5-year-old tortoiseshell ("tortie") cat. She is happy, playful and loves the company of humans.
Meet Beetlejuice, a 4-month-old yellow Lab mix who is everything a Lab should be: sweet, cheerful, playful … and just plain nice!
Norman is the perfect size for apartment living and traveling, and he gets along with everybody -- human and canine, alike.
Say hello to Hobbit, a 2-year-old male Chihuahua mix. He needs a home.
Aubrey is a darling little 2-year-old female Yorkshire terrier mix. And she is available for adoption.
Meet our "catch of the week," Cat Fish! Whether you're a sportsman or not, you'll love this 4-year-old female Basset hound.
Although Plott hounds are the state dog of North Carolina, this big boy hails from a bit closer -- Montgomery County, Md.
Birdie is gentle, affectionate and just a bit shy. But just sit and chat with him for a few minutes and he'll climb quietly into your lap for some hands-on affection.