An unusual species of bird is enjoying a winter vacation here in the UK, according to the RSPB charity.Read the full story ›
Four chickens went on the run around an Essex cul-de-sac after being abandoned over Christmas.Read the full story ›
A dog that looks like a lion thanks to his incredible six inch long mane has been taken in by a Norfolk rescue centre.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
Three-year-old Murphy is a Shar-Pei.
They normally have short fur but Murphy has the much rarer "bear" coat which gives him the lovely long mane.
He is being cared for at the Dogs Trust in Snetterton but a new owner is picking him up on Saturday.
"Handsome Murphy has so much potential and loves a fuss being made of him and receiving attention when he gets used to you."
Dovercourt in Essex and Swaffham in Norfolk have been named in a survey of towns where dogs are fatter than they should beRead the full story ›
A teenager from Ipswich has been banned from keeping animals for ten years for killing a hedgehog.
Tyler Perkins, who's 18 and has learning difficulties, was seen stabbing the animal and hitting it with a brick.
He then threw it over neighbour’s garden fence.
Perkins was given an 18-month community order and told to pay costs.
Rail passengers en route to Edinburgh from London were delayed after a scorpion also boarded their train.Read the full story ›
A couple from Northampton have been talking about the dramatic moment the man risked his life saving a family pet from a freezing river.Read the full story ›
Traditional pet names are the most popular for Britain’s dogs and cats, a new RSPCA survey has revealed.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire Police are trying to track down a large ostrich-like bird that has been seen several times in south Cambridgeshire close to the A505.
It is thought to be a rhea, a flightless South American bird that can grow up to six feet tall and run at 40 miles per hour.
Officers say they can't find the owner and have alerted the RSPCA.
The RSPCA is asking for donations of washing-up liquid for its East Winch Wildlife Centre in Norfolk because their stocks are running low.Read the full story ›