A 4-month-old kitten that was rescued in May still needs a home.
The Animal Welfare League of Arlington received a call on May 19 that three kittens were trapped in a storm drain in the 2000 block of South Lincoln Street in the Nauck neighborhood.
One kitten was wedged "face to tail" and the other two were stuck behind her, according to league spokeswoman Kerry McKeel.
An Arlington animal control officer arrived and freed the kittens. One ran away; the other two — one male, one female — were taken to the league to be cared for.
Storm, the female, was rushed to a vet to clean blood and debris from her eyes, according to McKeel. She is still available for adoption.
The male kitten, Paolo, has since been adopted.
For information on how to adopt Storm or any other cat, visit http://www.awla.org or call 703-931-2568.
If you're more interested in an adult cat — or if Storm finds a home before you find her — the Animal Welfare League of Arlington is running a promotion through the end of August where the adoption fee for cats over 3 years old (usually $100) is waived and you can name your own fee.