An X-Ray taken from Roxy, an 11-month-old cat from King's Heath Birmingham, shows where a ball of string became lodged in her stomach after chewing her favourite toy.
The Siamese cat was rushed to YourVets Wythall Clinic near her home, after her owner discovered her choking on pieces of string from her favourite toy.
Roxy was immediately operated on by two surgeons in a complex procedure to remove all of string.
She is now completely back to normal and vets have urged that owners must supervise their pets at all times when playing with toys of any kind.
Police have found a man's body in a van parked in a pub car park in Wythall in Bromsgrove.
Officers were called to the White Swan on Alcester Road just after 9am on Saturday morning after a member of the public made the discovery.
The dead man has been identified as Harbans Agimal who went missing from his home in Kings Heath in Birmingham on Thursday 12 June.
His death is not being treated as suspicious and Mr Agimal’s family have been informed.
Detective Sergeant Matt Stone, leading the search for Mr Agimal, said:
We would like to thank everyone who assisted in spreading the appeal for help to find Mr Agimal. Our sympathies are now with his family at this tragic time.”
The family of man from Birmingham, who is believed to have disappeared after leaving his home and posting his wallet through the letterbox, say he has never gone missing like this before.
Police are appealing for sightings of 54-year-old Harbans Agimal or his van which has a dent in the front wing.
Birmingham South Police Missing People Co-ordinator, PC Steven Carlin, said:
“His family say he’s never gone missing like this before so understandably they are worried about his state of mind and desperately want to know he’s OK.
“If anyone believes they may have seen the vehicle I’d urge them to contact me as soon as possible.”
Police are trying to find a Birmingham man who disappeared from his home overnight.
It is thought Harbans Agimal left his home in Norton Close, Kings Heath in the early hours of yesterday morning in a blue van, having posted his wallet through the letterbox.
The 54-year-old has not been seen since.
Police are asking members of the public to come forward if they see the van or Mr Agimal.
Kings Heath High Street has re-opened in both directions following earlier fire at Cash Converters on York Road between Poplar Road and Silver Street. York Road remains closed.
Firefighters have told ITV News Central a large part of the Cash Converters building on Kings Heath High Street has collapsed following a fire this morning.
They received a 999 call at 5.02am to reports of smoke coming from the building. Police are investigating the cause but say they are treating the fire as suspicious.
The building on York Road is the former Ritz Ballroom that hosted the likes of The Beatles, Pink Flloyd and the Rolling Stones.
Police have confirmed Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham will remain closed all day as a result of a suspicious fire at Cash Converters on York Road.
Officers have closed the High Street between Silver Street and Poplar Road.
Police have confirmed they are treating a fire at a shop on Kings Heath High Street as suspicious.
The road will remain closed for the rest of the day after firefighters were called out just after 5am this morning.
The Cash Converters shop has been destroyed in the blaze. Nobody has been injured.
Firefighters are damping down after a fire broke out at the Cash Converters store on Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham.
West Midlands Fire Service confirmed they were in attendance at the blaze shortly after 6am this morning. The road remains closed between York Road and Heathfield Road/Silver Street.
National Express West Midlands has diverted the number 35 and 50 bus services.