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.
A section of the Reptile House roof at Dudley Zoo blew off on Friday night and exposed a female West African dwarf crocodile to the elements.
High winds lifted the panel above Janet the crocodile's vivarium and keepers were forced to secure the roof.
Jill Hitchman, from Dudley Zoo, said: "There was absolutely no risk of Janet escaping as she is within a secure enclosure inside the building, and spot heaters in the vivarium ensured there was no problem with temperatures falling."
"Everyone was surprised to see the section off, but the winds were very strong on the hill on Friday and just caught the side of the Reptile House which is on the turn of road leading up to the castle."
West Midlands MEP Nikki Sinclaire, says she is 'outraged' and 'absolutely disgusted', after Copenhagen Zoo put down a healthy young giraffe.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park had offered to re-home 18-month-old Marius, but the Zoo said it was impossible as it would go against European breeding laws.
.@nimeshitv a disgusting state of affairs, we need answers, this is part of an EU rule. He could and should have been saved.
@nimeshitv doesn't make sense at all. Lots of questions need answering
@wyrdtimes I'll admit some zoos make me feel uncomfortable, but killing a creature like this without justification? Heartbreaking.
Police in Derbyshire believe that someone may have shot wild swans with a gas canister before going on to pluck the feathers from the carcasses.
They've received several reports of dead swans in the Attenborough Gravel Pits area.
Swans are protected by law and it's an offence to intentionally injure, take or kill a wild swan.
Police are asking the public to report any suspicious behaviour.
”It potentially looks as if they had been shot by a gas canister and it is clear from the carcasses that the feathers had been plucked."
PCSO Paul Boss, Long Eaton Town Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Marley has his paws firmly back on the ground after being rescued from a 25 foot hole.
He disappeared down the old mine workings on Clee Hill in Shropshire when out on a walk with his owner, six-year-old Jaden and his mother.
Shropshire firefighters from Ludlow made it to the disused building within 10 minutes and used a ladder to bring him up from the bottom of a concrete lined storage container.
Marley was shocked, with some bleeding from his paws, but no lasting damage.
It was the second time a dog had got into difficulties in the mine workings over the last five years.
Firefighters are now warning walkers to take care in the area.
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.