A mother who filmed a man as he dragged a puppy along a street says she is 'utterly heartbroken' that he is still allowed to own dogs.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA is looking for a new home for a pig called Buzz who enjoys eating pumpkins and sits on commandRead the full story ›
Finn the police dog is to receive an Animal of the Year award for his bravery in tackling a man armed with a knifeRead the full story ›
Dinky the cat is finally settling in to life in Northamptonshire after being lost at Dubai Airport for more than two months.
He was meant to be moving back to the UK with his owners, Ian and Sue Lees but when they landed at Gatwick his cage was empty.
Now, they've been reunited after a social media campaign to find him.
Dinky was found at a rescue centre in Dubai. It is believed he escaped at the airport.
Click below to watch Sarah Byrd's report
A young peregrine falcon has been found shot on the outskirts of Cambridge.Read the full story ›
A quarter of the world's population spends winter in the county and by November, 30,000 'Brents' will be in the estuaries.Read the full story ›
A raccoon dog has been found in a garden near Colchester.
The animal was spotted in Fingringhoe on Saturday in the courtyard of the back of a property.
It's being looked after by the RSPCA who are appealing to find its owner.
If anyone has any information about the animal, please contact the RSPCA’s appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
The poor animal seemed scared and was very timid. I gently coaxed her into a cage then took her to South Essex Wildlife Hospital, which has very kindly agreed to look after her until a permanent home can be found.
The householder put the word out around the village to find the owner, but to date no-one has come forward.
A sculpture of Ipswich's most famous bird has gone up in Christchurch Park.Read the full story ›
A herd of 70 cows has been saved from the slaughter house by an animal sanctuary in Norfolk.
The cows belonged to a farmer in Ireland who was retiring. They were due to be sent to the abattoir.
But the Hillside Animal Sanctuary raised money to have the herd moved to Great Yarmouth.
Click below to hear from Steph Leary from the Hillside Animal Sanctuary about how the herd is getting on.
The RSPCA has issued a warning over the "barbarity" of snare traps after a badger was found with a broken leg in a Norfolk town.Read the full story ›