Rescued ducklings saved from slaughter become best friends with dog

Rescued ducklings saved from slaughter become best friends with dog

Boris with his pet duck Shushi (Picture: Boris Bozhinov/SWNS/Cambridge)When he found the ducklings, Boris was on his way to work and so had to keep them in a box during his shift.The ducklings have fallen in love with their pooch sister, seven-year-old Daria (Picture: Boris Bozhinov/SWNS Cambridge).

Firefighters save dog left in boiling car with no windows open

Firefighters save dog left in boiling car with no windows open

Little Bertie was left alone in the car with no windows open in the direct sunlight (Picture: Cambridgeshire Live)Firefighters were forced to break into a boiling car and rescue a dog after owners left him alone with no windows open in a supermarket car park.

Girl who has seizures when she laughs saved by pet dog Elmo

Girl who has seizures when she laughs saved by pet dog Elmo

Millie Webb, 11 with three-year-old Bichon Frise, Elmo (Picture: SWNS- Cambridge) A girl with epilepsy has forged a life-saving bond with her ‘best friend’ – a pet dog who can predict the onset of a seizure.

Christmas puppies have each been named after Santa's reindeer

Christmas puppies have each been named after Santa's reindeer

(Picture: SWNS- Cambridge) The dogs will remain at the home to be cared for over Christmas Day and until they are old enough to go to their ‘forever’ home.

Baby boy fighting for life after being attacked by dog

Baby boy fighting for life after being attacked by dog

The baby, who is yet to be identified, was attacked at 1.47am on Sunday at a house in Yaxley, near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Picture: SWNS)A 28-year-old-man and a 31-year-old woman have been arrested on suspicion of child neglect and two Staffordshire Bull Terriers have been seized following the incident.

Three stolen dogs found after owner recognised their barking 90 miles from home

Three stolen dogs found after owner recognised their barking 90 miles from home

The owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, recognised their barking after being called by a resident (Picture: Cambridge News/BPM Media)