'Roxanna' needs a foster mare to look after her and give her milk, after her mother 'Bucks Fizz' died after giving birth.Read the full story ›
Richard Wales tried to sell a tiger's head, tiger claws and a leopard claw with adverts on Gumtree and eBay.Read the full story ›
The red kite was found in the Durham Hill Lane area of Kirkpatrick Durham, Castle Douglas, on January 20.Read the full story ›
A Cumbrian animal refuge has seen a huge increase in the number of older cats handed in.
One third of the cats at the Oak Tree Animals' Charity, near Wetheral, are at least seven-years-old, as are 80% of those on their waiting list.
Staff are now asking people to consider giving an older cat a home.
The young female, believed to be a Staffy cross Border collie, was spotted wandering in the Mirehouse area of Whitehaven.Read the full story ›
It's national Love Your Pet Day today. You've been showing us how much you love your pets by sending in your favourite pictures of them.Read the full story ›
Two lambs have been born in Cumbria just in time for Valentine's Day with ready made hearts on their fleeces.
Sarah Kendall and Paul Holmes, from Low Hesket, were expecting Floppy the Jacob ewe to have three lambs, but when five arrived - two with perfect hearts on their coats - the couple had even more reason to fall in love with them.
The Lake District is famous for its hardy Herdwick Sheep, but a rather unusual German breed is also doing rather well in a quiet corner of the National Park.
Farmer Mayson Weir is currently breeding them successfully at Dowthwaite Head Farm in the North Lakes. He has 20 ewes, eight sets of twins, one set of triplets, and nine single lambs.
A pair of dogs from Keswick have won a tourism award for their work in bringing more visitors into Keswick and promoting it as a dog-friendly place.
Max and Paddy have become social media stars:
Milo, who's an African grey parrot, has escaped from his home on Glendale Rise in Morton on Boxing Day. His owners desperately want him back.
They believe he might be near Lyndhurst Gardens or Ellesmere Way in Carlisle. Milo is described as having a light front, with dark grey wings and a bright red tail.
Anyone with information can contact his owner on the Lost & Found in Carlisle Facebook page.