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Residents say two loose dogs continue to chase other animals in Tangletown

Tangletown resident Diana Moller asked us to share the following: I wanted to follow up on the March 1st report by my neighbor MJ Welling regarding two loose dogs who killed her cat in her front yard on NE 57th St. between 5th Ave. NE and Latona Ave. These dogs are still running loose and have been spotted several times on our street in the last two weeks. The neighbor who witnessed the kitty killing took these photos of the dogs last week: The neighbor said the dogs have collars and tags but because they run whenever someone tries to get…

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Two domestic rabbits found at Latona and Woodlawn

Earlier today, Green Lake resident Emily Stage found two rabbits wandering in the streets near Latona Ave NE & Woodlawn Ave NE. “They seemed very domestic and were no doubt someone’s pets,” Emily says. “After knocking on some doors and getting no reply, I took them to the Seattle Animal Shelter. The case number is 4776 1-2 for anyone looking for them.” One of the rabbits is gray; the other is white with black spots.

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Trout falls from sky onto Green Lake yard

Chris Jordan, who lives a block and half up from Green Lake on Sunnyside Ave N, shares the following: I was walking home from Starbucks on Sunday afternoon, nearing my house, when I heard a loud comotion of black birds overhead. I looked up and saw 4 or 5 blackbirds chasing and harassing an immature Bald Eagle. The eagle flew very low, about roof top high, and I watched him fly twice around my house and then fly off with the crows still chasing him. As I walked into my yard my 9 year old son was standing in the side…

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Orange tabby missing from north Green Lake home

Timmy, a small female cat, is missing from the 2100 block of N 89th St. Timmy is about eight years old. She is a light orange tabby, and the tip of her nose is black. She has been spayed. Her owners share this information: She’s shy, and may be hiding under a deck/porch or in a garage or shed. I don’t think she’d approach a stranger or go into someone’s house, but i guess it’s possible if she were hungry enough. We love her and miss her, so hopefully if someone did take her in, they’ll see the blog and call us. We…

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Photo: Green Lake eagle

Caroline Sherman shares the following photo, which she took today (Tuesday, March 27, 2012). Caroline shot the photo at Green Lake Park and titles it “The Eagle and his Entourage”: Thank you, Caroline!

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