'Sadly, as a result of the injury, the mother abandoned the lamb'
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. The accompanying picture is indeed a showjumping rabbit, taking part in an agility test at the London Pet Show, which took place at the weekend.
RSPCA's annual prosecutions report shows rise from 3,114 in 2011 to 4,168 last year
Plans to merge dog orders with antisocial behaviour powers fail to tackle irresponsible breeders
David Cameron’s favourite fox hunt, and David Cameron's favourite huntsman, were both fined for illegal hunting today in a case which will embarrass the Prime Minister.
Too much of the food served by the NHS fails welfare standards
More than 80 puppies have been seized by police during an investigation into dog trafficking and the alleged sale of dogs on the internet.
Figures showed some 1,600 properties had flooded since yesterday, while flood defences had protected more than 54,000 homes.
Animal welfare and wildlife groups say the badger culls are unscientific and inhumane
Animal welfare groups threaten legal action after the Government's broken promise
The Government has announced controversial plans to introduce a major badger cull in England to tackle TB in cattle.
The Coalition government today rejected a ban on wild animals in circuses in favour of a new licensing regime.
Almost all of Britain will bask in glorious sunshine this weekend with the mini-heatwave showing no sign of fizzling out.
A new Hare Krishna farm will treat its bovine residents to five-star luxury
Shoppers who care about animal welfare should shun standard British chicken and buy meat imported from thousands of miles away in Thailand, according to the RSPCA.