Sumatran tiger Shakira gave birth on 31st May, but one of her babies died within 10 days and the other was killed on day 24.Read the full story ›
Three Lions have been getting into the spirit of tonight's England match by playing their own game of football.Read the full story ›
Walkers are being urged not to approach Dartmoor ponies after a newborn foal died but to use social media to monitor their welfareRead the full story ›
A Jack Russell has been reunited with his owners after slipping on a cliff near Plymouth. He was spotted in the water by coasteerersRead the full story ›
Singer Will Young has adopted an orphaned Bodmin Moor pony. He has named the foal Sheila, and took to Twitter to introduce her to his 202,000 followers.
The youngster was found next to her dead mother and rescued by the Shires Holt horse sanctuary. Staff there bottle fed her every two hours until she started to gain strength.
Will owns a house on the moors near Bodmin and is now paying for Sheila’s care. It is hoped she will eventually move to the 37-year-old’s home under the care of Shires Holt.
An instructor at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose was confronted by swarming bees when he arrived at work.
Air Engineer Petty Officer Si Baker, who is responsible for the station's Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) defence cell, had to call for help from a local bee keeper when he found the swarm outside his office window.
Fortunately he had full protective kit which he needs for his day job.
Les Tonkin from the West Cornwall Bee Keepers Association took them away to - hopefully - start a new colony.
Meet Tigger – the kitten which survived a 300-mile journey hiding inside the bumper of a navy helicopter pilot’s car.Read the full story ›
A cat rehoming centre in Devon is urging cat owners to neuter their pets as it has had to deal with a third more strays so far this yearRead the full story ›
You often hear of firefighters rescuing cats from trees but crews in Cornwall have rescued a pig from a river.Read the full story ›
Four baby robins have ended up 192 miles from home after nesting in a trailer. The quartet have been named John, Paul, Ringo and George.Read the full story ›