50 five-foot-high Shaun the Sheep sculptures designed by well-known artists and celebs installed across London in a major public arts trail raising funds for Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal.
The sheep will go on display to the general public prior to a grand auction in autumn.
A second trail featuring a second flock of 70 scheduled for Bristol from 6 Jul to 31 Aug.
Animal rights group PETA claims distressed owls in tiny cages were forced to perform tricks in front of crowds of people and flashing lightsRead the full story ›
The Queen will officially open new kennels at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home later.
The new kennels cost nearly £5m and will be a welcome home to lost, abandoned, or unwanted animals.
The Queen has been the charity's patron since 1956
A nine-year-old cat, dubbed 'Kit Kardashian' because of her large bottom, is looking for a new home.Read the full story ›
The retired couple from east London have now been struck with the realisation that they have cremated somebody else's beloved pet cat.Read the full story ›
The Queen will open new kennels at Battersea later this month. And if you're the owner of a Battersea dog - you could be there too.
You and your Battersea dog could be part of Her Majesty The Queen's engagement as part of the historic opening of our new London kennels.
We’re offering you an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you and your Battersea dog to come to London to see The Queen.
The new kennels at our London centre are being officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 17 March 2015 and you and your four-legged friend rehomed from Battersea could be here as part of the auspicious occasion.
To enter go to the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Facebook page.
The puppy was taken to the RSPCA’s centre in Potters Bar where an X Ray revealed her spine was severely damaged.Read the full story ›
An amateur photographer from Essex has captured this stunning picture of a weasel being carried on the back of a woodpecker.Read the full story ›
The pop-up, called, Annie the Owl, will open in Soho in March where guests will sit in the company of owls.Read the full story ›
Despite escaping unnoticed several times, the men were not off the hook - as their cruel attacks were caught on CCTV.Read the full story ›