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Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

18 November 2021

Dog abduction is to become a new criminal offence, with tougher penalties for offenders, under new government plans unveiled today.


Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

13 November 2021

Riding for the Disabled's winter hay fund got a boost thanks to an equestrian business.


Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

10 November 2021

A seaweed-based animal feed diet for cows is being investigated as part of efforts by a supermarket to have more climate-friendly cattle.


Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

04 November 2021

An avian flu prevention zone has come into force across the UK as government officials take steps to contain outbreaks of bird flu.


Pre-historic monster's skeleton due to go on show in March

Pre-historic monster's skeleton due to go on show in March

Pre-historic monster's skeleton due to go on show in March

04 November 2021

The skeleton of a marine reptile that swam the oceans over 145 million years ago and unearthed in Cambridgeshire is set to go on display.


RSPCA reports surge in cat adoptions

RSPCA reports surge in cat adoptions

RSPCA reports surge in cat adoptions

31 October 2021

The RSPCA has reported a 116% increase in adoption as the charity rehomes 203 cats in Cambridgeshire.


Dog poo problem is elsewhere in the village too

Dog poo problem is elsewhere in the village too

Dog poo problem is elsewhere in the village too

31 October 2021

A reader has written to complain about a village's dog poo problem.


Your pets and fireworks

Your pets and fireworks

Your pets and fireworks

30 October 2021

In her monthly Pet Subject column, Laura Dickens, of Amical Veterinary in High Street, March, looks at the effects of fireworks on our pets.


'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

30 October 2021

Fundraising for increased winter expenses at a Riding for the Disabled Association was boosted by £900 from a businessmen’s breakfast club.


UFO (Unusual Fouling Occurrence)

UFO (Unusual Fouling Occurrence)

UFO (Unusual Fouling Occurrence)

30 October 2021

A letter writer came home to find copious amounts of horse poo outside his house...


Pony wandered on to busy road

Pony wandered on to busy road

Pony wandered on to busy road

25 October 2021

Passers by and police helped save a pony that had wandered in to a busy road on Sunday night.


Reader's anger over dog poo

Reader's anger over dog poo

Reader's anger over dog poo

23 October 2021

A reader has slammed dog walkers who do not pick up after their pets.


Top tips to calm your pets this firework season

Top tips to calm your pets this firework season

Top tips to calm your pets this firework season

19 October 2021

With Bonfire Night fast approaching here is how you can reduce your animals stress.


Happy ending as stolen French Bulldog re-united with owners

Happy ending as stolen French Bulldog re-united with owners

Happy ending as stolen French Bulldog re-united with owners

13 October 2021

A dog stolen six months ago has been reunited with her family after she was handed into RSPCA 160 miles away.


Fenland wetland centre is making a home for one of UK's rarest beetles

Fenland wetland centre is making a home for one of UK's rarest beetles

Fenland wetland centre is making a home for one of UK's rarest beetles

05 October 2021

Work to help create a better home for one of the country’s rarest beetles has been going on at a local wetland centre.


Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

Damaging 'click and collect' puppy buying at risk of becoming the norm

21 September 2021

The trend for buying dogs over the internet must stop, says The Kennel Club, which is concerned the habit shows no signs of stopping post-lockdown.


Pet owner left horrified after cat is shot with air rifle

Pet owner left horrified after cat is shot with air rifle

Pet owner left horrified after cat is shot with air rifle

14 September 2021

A Fenland pet owner has been left horrified and facing a hefty vet bill after her beloved cat was shot by an air rifle to the head.


'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

13 September 2021

People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.


Fun days at alpaca farm

Fun days at alpaca farm

Fun days at alpaca farm

09 September 2021

It was the first time this alpaca farm had been opened to the public.


Spotted roadkill? Record sighting on an app to help conserve wildlife

Spotted roadkill? Record sighting on an app to help conserve wildlife

Spotted roadkill? Record sighting on an app to help conserve wildlife

09 September 2021

A charity wants people to record what roadkill they have seen and where to help its future work.


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