A horse rider from Sedgley who says she was hit at speed by a skip lorry is appealing to him and any witnesses to come forward.
Lift-cadging cat from Rugby sings along as it gets a ride in a bicycle basket.
New research shows it costs more than £13k to keep a dog over its lifetime with Midlands' dogs' dinners coming in at £4000.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester visited Birmingham today to officially open the RSPCA's new flagship animal centre and hospital.
Prince Richard was joined by staff and volunteers at the opening of the site in Frankley.
The Duke was then given a tour of the centre and met some of the animals whose home it has become.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester is expected to visit Birmingham today to open the new flagship RSPCA Animal Centre and Hospital.
Prince Richard will join RSPCA staff and volunteers and the charity's chief executive, Gavin Grant, at the official opening at around 11 o'clock this morning.
The Duke will then be given a tour of the site before speaking with staff and volunteers.
The new centre at Newbrook Farm in Frankley has been in use since the end of 2012 and is the RSPCA's national centre of excellence for animal welfare.
Staffordshire Police have released this footage of Emma, an 11-month-old Labrador Retriever. Next week she will begin a six week passive drugs search course with PC John Maunders from the Dog Support Unit.
At the end of the course Emma will get to work in pubs, clubs and at sporting events to detect illegal substances.
An underwater search and rescue company is today training dogs to detect bodies in the water.
The dogs are able to detect the scent of a drowning victim even at great depths.
Sarbot has traditionally used sonar equipment and robots to rescue drowning victims or recover bodies, as in the case of Dylan Cecil from Northamptonshire, who was blown off a pier while on holiday.
If a body can be brought to the surface within 90 minutes, they can generally survive with no lasting injuries.
The company hope to have a dog permanently based in the East Midlands.
A 21-year-old biology student has brought a rare mammal from Suffolk to Wolverhampton where it is being hand reared.
Baloo – a palawan binturong, is settling in amongst other endangered animals at Zac Hollinshead's Wild Encounters.
A biology student from Wolverhampton is looking after the only hand reared palawan binturong in the UK.
The mammal, an endangered species from South-East Asia, is being cared for by 21-year-old Zac Hollinshead, who has moved in to a new home near Wolverhampton and brought dozens of animals with him. These include snakes, reptiles, birds of prey and small animals such as a mercat.
Baloo – named after the character from the Jungle Book, is one of only 10 palawan binturongs in the country.
The Binturong is a large, heavy animal that can grow to more than a meter long, with females being up to 20% bigger and heavier than their male counterparts.
This afternoon crews from Shropshire Fire and Rescue were called out to reports of a cow with his head stuck in a hole in a tree.
The fire fighters had to use a special large animal harness and a crane.
A goat at a farm in Nottinghamshire has adopted two lambs who were rejected by their mother three weeks ago.
The lambs, who really were the black sheep of the family, were born nearly three weeks ago at White Post Farm in Farnsfield. They've now been taken into the care of Geraldine the Golden Guernsey goat.
The farm has launched a Facebook page inviting visitors to suggest names for the lambs.
Anthony Moore, one of the managers at the farm, said: "We were worried because the first few days are critical as the lambs need nutrients from their mother's milk. Luckily Geraldine was more than happy to adopt and feed them.
"She had a male kid earlier this year so is no stranger to motherhood," added Anthony Moore.