Acer the horse was born with dwarfism and is the same size as a Labrador. He gets the run of the house and his best friend is a dog. But there's one thing Sean wants to know - is he toilet trained?
The disappearance of teenager Alice Gross is now being treated by police as a murder inquiry after a body was found in a west London river.
Detectives say significant efforts were made to conceal the body, which was discovered on Tuesday night.
We're joined by child protection expert Mark Williams-Thomas who tells us what the police will be doing now and more that could emerge about the case.
Up to 543 GP practices in England - potentially rising to nearly 600 across the UK - could be forced to close within the next year because of a deepening crisis in GP recruitment and retention, which is leaving many practices unable to replace family doctors who are retiring from the profession.
New figures released by the Royal College of General Practitioners show that over 90% of the GPs working in these practices are now aged over 60.
We find out more from GP Helen Pearson in Cheshire.
Coming up today, we go behind the scenes as East End bad boys and Corrie killers scrub up for a night on the tiles at this year's Inside Soap Awards.
And talking about parties, there'll be a few sore heads this morning after Lorraine Kelly's 30 years of broadcasting bash - Richard snuck in and he's got all the details for us
Plus it's good news for dads who want to get more involved in their partner's pregnancy, Martin Lewis has half-term fun for all the family and we'll have the latest news that you're waking up to this morning.
Partners will be be able to take unpaid time off work to accompany expectant mothers to ante-natal appointments from the start of October.
New Government regulations come into force to allow men to be more involved in their partner's pregnancy. It comes after one in three men in the UK have said they feel left out of pregnancy and sidelined at the birth.
As new rules allow dads to take unpaid time off work to go to antenatal appointments, we want to know what you think. Dads - are you happy with the changes? Mums - would you want your partner at appointments?
China's foreign minister has issued a stern warning over the growing number of "illegal" pro-democracy demonstrations taking place in Hong Kong.
Wang Yi issued the warning while visiting Washington, and said the protests were an "internal affair".
Secretary of state John Kerry urged Hong Kong authorities to exercise restraint when dealing with protesters of the so-called "umbrella revolution".
Pro-democracy protests, made up of mostly students and the Occupy movement, began last week when Beijing announced it would be vetting all candidates for the 2017 chief executive of Hong Kong elections.
More and more people have joined the protests and numbers swelled yesterday, which was a national holiday. Protesters are calling for the chief executive Leung Chun-ying to step down.