Catch up on some of the week's most talked about stories from across Wales.
The culprit behind a crime wave in a west Wales village has been caught after items of washing disappeared.
A consultation has been launched into plans to deal with the problem of abandoned horses.
Nine cows have drowned after being swept off the coast of Carmarthenshire.
Another 20 were saved by rangers, police and firefighters.
They had escaped from the salt marshes near Kidwelly, and are believed to have walked along the Cefn Sidan sand dunes before being swept off in one of the highest tides of the year.
It took more than four hours to round up and rescue the surviving cattle and return them to their farm yesterday.
Dogs Trust is trying to find a home for a border collie called Bruce, who's terrified of other dogs.
The charity says Bruce's phobia is unusual.
He's also scared of everyday occurrences like moving cars, but is very affectionate with people.
Beverly Price, manager of Dogs Trust Bridgend, says: "Bruce needs a patient owner in a quiet rural home who will help him settle in. Anyone interested in offering Bruce a dog-free new home should call Dogs Trust Bridgend on 01656 725 219 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk."
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Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire has welcomed some new arrivals - a group of Humboldt penguins.
Visitors will soon be able to see sixteen of the new warm-climate penguins at the adventure park and zoo, near Kilgetty.
It is part of a European Endangered Species Breeding Programme.
Their home is a new £500,000 enclosure - complete with a nursery, beach, saltwater pool and play area with plants and rocks - all the ideal conditions for breeding.
Six Staffie cross puppies have been named after their Welsh heroes ahead of this afternoon's game.
The playful nine week old pups have been named Sam Pawburton, Leigh Halfstaffie, Dan Waggar, Toby Furletau, Gethin Puppykins and Alex Ruffbert by the Dogs Trust Bridgend who says it was keen to spur on their national team.
Beverley Price, Dogs Trust Bridgend rehoming centre Manager, says:
“These mischievous little pups are full of energy so will need active owners with a strong throw to keep them entertained. They are only nine weeks old and like any rugby team would benefit from a little extra training.
"The team requires active homes with owners who appreciate the demands of young puppies and are at home most of the day to help them settle in. ”
PDSA is running a campaign to encourage pet owners to reconsider the diet they feed their pets.
The PDSA charity says a large number of pet owners in Wales and across the UK aren't feeding their animals the right diet.
The organisation warns that a poor diet combined with a lack of exercise could lead to reduced life expectancy in a pet.
– Elaine Pendlebury, PDSA
Pet obesity poses not only major health risks such as diabetes, arthritis and heart disease, but sadly also means daily misery for millions of pets who are feeling the strain from carrying too much weight.
All horses, ponies and donkeys in the UK must have a horse passport. Owners who do not have one can be fined up to £5,000.
The purpose of the document is:
- to ensure animals that have been treated with certain medicines don't end up in the food chain
- to act as proof of identity, making it harder to sell on a stolen horse, pony or donkey
The passport must be held at all times by the animal's rider or keeper, unless it is in a stable, grazing in a field or being taken for a short ride or walk.
ITV Cymru Wales has revealed how easy it is to get a fake horse passport.
One of the reasons the current system is in place is to prevent the sale of stolen horses. The Welsh Government says the Agriculture Minister is calling for Westminister to address the issue.
"I suspect there are probably quite a lot without passports, and there are probably a fair number that don't have the correct passport" says vet Vikki Moran.
"There are many owners who simply don't know how to read a passport, and they won't know for certain whether they've got the right passport for the horse they have in their possession".