The owners of a Ballymena pet store have said they are heartbroken following the theft of their much-loved African grey parrot.Read the full story ›
Two little seal pups found injured a few months ago have been nursed back to health and released back into the wild off the North Antrim coast.
Hans and Albert needed feeding up to help give them the thick layer of blubber they need to survive the winter in the chilly Atlantic.
The orphans were looked after by staff at the Exploris sanctuary in Portaferry, Co Down.
But, as Gareth Wilkinson reports, they were taken to Ballintoy to be released.
Pet owners are being urged to be careful after dog food laced with anti-freeze was found at a popular walkway in east Belfast.Read the full story ›
Tina the Asian elephant has passed away at Belfast Zoo.
Tina was 54 and one of the oldest elephants at the zoo, arriving in 1966.
Staff are extremely saddened by the death of the much-loved animal, a statement said.
“Tina collapsed in the early hours of this morning and the very difficult decision was made by zoo staff and veterinary staff to put her to sleep,” a statement from the Belfast City Council said.
The zoo will remain open as normal but the elephant house will be closed until further notice.
A church service with a difference has attracted a congregation of hundreds, with pets of all shapes and sizes joining their owners.Read the full story ›
An Irish family’s bid to catch a bat that flew into their house has been viewed by more than one million people, leaving them in stitches.Read the full story ›
Amid the misery of the flooding that hit the North West, there is a heart-warming survivor story.Read the full story ›
A young red kite has been shot dead, sparking concern from wildlife experts - given the small population of the under-threat bird in NI.Read the full story ›
A Co Antrim cat could be the oldest in the world, at 31 in human terms and 141 in “cat years”.
Sasha has been with her owner Beth for 25 years and may now have a shot at a place in the Gunness World Records.
Her age came to the attention of a local vet recently after she needed an operation – causing astonishment given how healthy she is for her advanced years.
Aideen Kennedy went to Newtownabbey to meet the top cat.
Belfast Zoo has said it is delighted with the progress of its baby crowned sifaka, especially given the fragility of the species.Read the full story ›