A tiny kitten is recovering at an RSPCA centre in Cornwall after it was trapped for several days in the cavity wall of a home.
The cries of the ginger kittten, which has been named MaCavity, were heard by the tenant of a flat in Liskeard. The fire service were called and cut a hole in the cavity wall - and found the kitten inside.
Felicity Cross from the RSPCA says MaCavity has had a lucky escape:
Police are appealing for information following a dog attack on sheep in the Liskeard area. On 7 February 2013 at Minions, Liskeard police received reports of a large brown dog worrying livestock in the area of the Cheesewring.
Two sheep have had to be destroyed due to injury as a result of the incident. Farmers have the right to shoot dogs who risk injuring their livestock, if the dog owner is not present.
Nestled in the Cornish countryside you will find Castle Air's facility, arguably one of the best in the country.Inside you will find numerous helicopters mainly Agusta 109s owned by Castle Air, and a dedicated team of engineers in attendance.
Cornish firm described as UK's "premier helicopter service"
The helicopter which crashed into a crane in central London this morning [Wednesday] was registered to Cornish company, Castle Air.
Castle Air describes itself as the UK's 'premier helicopter service' and has been operating since 1979. Its choppers are used to transport VIPs and it also specialises in aerial filming, with credits including Treasure Hunt, Top Gear, Time Team and Robbie Williams' 'Angels' video.
The firm mostly flies twin-engine, eight-seat Agusta 109 helicopters - like the one that plummeted into the ground in Vauxhall. The helicopters have been built by the Anglo-Italian manufacturer AgustaWestland, who are based in Yeovil.