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Seagull rescued after getting trapped in car grille

Seagull rescued after getting trapped in car grille

23 July 2021

A bird had to be prised carefully out of a grille after managing to get stuck inside it.

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Family fears cat killer on loose after pet mutilated

Family fears cat killer on loose after pet mutilated

23 July 2021

A family have been left heartbroken after their cat was found dead with its tail completely skinned.

'Does a cat cafe leave you feline good?'

'Does a cat cafe leave you feline good?'

22 July 2021

For cat lovers, numerous feline friends frolicking beside your tea and cake are a perfect combination - or aren't they?

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'Stop rescuing dying fish'

'Stop rescuing dying fish'

22 July 2021

People have been told to stop saving fish from ponds on a housing estate after several died in the contaminated water.

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Park gets £105k bridge so swans don't have to walk

Park gets £105k bridge so swans don't have to walk

20 July 2021

Watch as a new £105,000 bridge is craned into position at a country park so swans don't have to walk on the grass.

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Tributes paid to 'oldest swan'

Tributes paid to 'oldest swan'

19 July 2021

Pickles, believed to be the oldest swan in Britain, has died aged 30.

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How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

19 July 2021

Heat exhaustion can pose a danger to pets. Here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping your animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.

Rescue on cards for special needs farm?

Rescue on cards for special needs farm?

19 July 2021

A care agency has offered to save an under-threat farm used by adults with autism and disabilities for more than 100 years.

‘What do they expect me to do? I can’t soundproof cows’

‘What do they expect me to do? I can’t soundproof cows’

19 July 2021

The boss of a sanctuary has been given an ultimatum – hush up her animals in the next 90 days or face prosecution.

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Be a citizen scientist and join the Big Butterfly Count

Be a citizen scientist and join the Big Butterfly Count

16 July 2021

More than 100,000 people signed up last year to spend 15 minutes counting butterflies for conservationists. Here's how to get involved this year:

Authors pen book about famous seal named after Queen legend

Authors pen book about famous seal named after Queen legend

15 July 2021

A couple have spent their time in lockdown writing a book about a famous seal who captured hearts before his tragic death.

Foxes trapped and killed at power station

Foxes trapped and killed at power station

15 July 2021

Bosses at a Kent power station have confirmed that foxes are being caught in traps and killed after concerns were raised on social media.

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'Historic street purrfect place for cat cafe'

'Historic street purrfect place for cat cafe'

15 July 2021

It is one of the most famous cobbled streets in the world, where Geoffrey Chaucer’s Miller, Knight and co took the final steps of their pilgrimage.

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Puppies rescued by police

Puppies rescued by police

13 July 2021

Puppies found living in poor conditions have been rescued by police and the RSPCA.

Parasites kill fish in public pond

Parasites kill fish in public pond

13 July 2021

Residents are calling for action after scores of disease-ridden fish died in a pond on a housing estate.

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Photo released after dog kills cat and bites man

Photo released after dog kills cat and bites man

12 July 2021

Police investigating a dog attack that saw a cat killed and a man injured have released a photo of a woman they wish to speak to.

Roar to victory! Lions backing England for Euros triumph

Roar to victory! Lions backing England for Euros triumph

11 July 2021

Big cats, a cathedral choir and an ice cream parlour are among those offering support to the England squad ahead of tonight's Euros final.

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Flying ants could swamp England's Euro final

Flying ants could swamp England's Euro final

09 July 2021

As the nation gets into a football frenzy, a swarm of flying ants could be getting top Wembley seats.

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Dismay at bid to close farm for special needs adults

Dismay at bid to close farm for special needs adults

09 July 2021

A 111-year-old farm founded by Queen Victoria's daughter, where autistic and disabled people have been able to care for the animals, is to close.

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Fire brigade rescues bird ensnared on Morrisons roof

Fire brigade rescues bird ensnared on Morrisons roof

08 July 2021

A distressed seagull that became trapped on bird spikes on a supermarket roof has been saved by fire crews.

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