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A veterinary charity's list of most memorable cases in the last year includes a puppy that fell off a cliff, two shot cats and a dog that ate Homer Simpson.
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Firefighters in Basingstoke made a gesture of seasonal goodwill as they came to the rescue of two reindeer caught up in travel chaos.
They say curiosity killed the cat, but in this instance it was one domestic kitty's curious eating habits which nearly led to its downfall.
Research from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) has shown the proportion of first-time buyers purchasing property dropped to its lowest level for a year last month.
A slimline Dalmatian whose soft spot for crisps and chocolate once sent his weight rocketing up to 11 stone is in need of a new home after his previous owner was banned from keeping dogs, RSPCA Warrington has said.
Vets are warning pet owners not to attempt to treat poorly animals by themselves after a neglected collie dog had its infected legs dressed with parcel tape.
October saw the number of mortgages advanced to house buyers bounce back to levels last seen in December 2007, as the housing market continues to recover
Pet owners are being urged by vets to make sure their homes are safe during the festive period, as Christmas can create hazards for animals in the house.
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