The 12-year-old feline - named ‘Cheeky’ - was discovered inside a cat carrier by a member of the public on Arran Road in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire on October 9.
Bichon Frise Oscar's fur was so badly matted it completely covered one eye, which caused permanent damage to his eyeball.
Rescuers were called to a storage centre after staff found the little fox with its head well and truly stuck in the middle of the old tyre.
Liam Gomez, 27, who had earlier disturbed a nest full of baby spiders in his doorway, woke with a blocked ear, felt dizzy and unbalanced and could hear a faint scratching in his head.
Paul Lavery, 30, was amazed to discover his dog Harlso's "hidden talent" after jokingly placing a squeaky toy on his head and watching as the pup stood still as a statue.
Patient pooch Skye is completely devoted to her six cute 'babies', who she grooms and even cleans after toilet time.
Maria Warren, 53, ended up in court after an RSPCA investigation found the animals in the terrible environment.
WARNING - DISTRESSING IMAGES: Mark Cuthbert, 42, used online selling site, Gumtree, to purchase cats for his dogs to kill - from sellers who believed the animals were going to a good home.
Cruel Damien Beales, 21, and Robert High, 22, were arrested after RSPCA inspectors found the bodies of five decomposing and half-eaten cats.
Spartacus, a nine-year-old black-and-white moggie, has been a staple sight to shoppers at Tesco Extra in Dunfermline, Fife, for the past few years.
The brazen bird collided head-first with the Hackney cab in a freak accident on Monday (30/9) lunchtime.
The ‘doggy swim day’ was held at Gourock Outdoor Pool, in Gourock, Inverclyde, for the first time ever in Scotland.
Tracey Dunne, who is in her 50s, is receiving palliative care at a St Luke's specialist unit and was desperate to see her horse, Malone, one last time.
Dog lover Kevin was forced to make the heartbreaking decision to have Blossom’s eyes removed after she contracted glaucoma
The Patterdale Terrier was rushed to vets by police officers for treatment to the right side of its face, which had been cut and scarred during the badger baiting incident.
Little Molly - named after its species - was rushed into the practice after its owners noticed a large lump on its belly.
Lynn Stoker, 62, was found in possession of the malnourished and mistreated animals at her ramshackle property in Northumberland last year.
Rescue crews spent three hours trying to free the one-tonne animal after it slipped down a steep embankment and into a 6ft deep bog.
The seven-year-old North American black bear climbed into his swinging bed, leaned back and closed his eyes in a state of complete relaxation.
An off-duty police officer spotted the emaciated female lurcher-cross which had a cancerous tumour growing on its face.