Secret World Animal Rescue based at East Huntspill in Somerset have taken in a barn owl that was rescued from a chimney.
It is clearly in good hands but we hope this doesn't happen very often.
The Barn Owl Trust has started a national campaign to control rat poisons, which are killing birds leading to a serious decline in their numbers. The owls are eating mice and voles which have been contaminated, which in turn leads to a slow and painful death for the birds too.
They make an unlikely pairing but staff at the Screech Owl Sanctuary in Newquay have found that one of their young charges is fascinated by their kitchen mop.
Lightning, a Eastern Siberian Eagle Owl, is only three months old so still has its baby feathers. It does make it look somewhat mop-like.
Every time workers get the mop out, Lightning hops out of its cage and follows it around - clearly more a hindrance than a help to the cleaning process.
Here's a chance to see the "best friends" in action.
The RSPCA is having to look after double the number of tawny owls it usually has to deal with. The charity's national wildlife centre at West Hatch near Taunton is nursing them back to health ready for release.
Two baby burrowing owls are being hand reared at Longleat in Wiltshire. Keeper Jimmy Robinson takes the owlets home with him in the evenings and has to be with them 24 hours a day. They've taken to sitting in teacups in his kitchen.