February 19, 2010 08:18 PM

These stories are worth a click:

A stray female cat named Rudolf or Bruno has lived on the grounds of Auschwitz for six months. Despite requests from activist groups for the museum to build her a home, staffers say she prefers the outdoors. –Reuters

A leather and brass dog collar that once belonged to Charles Dickens will be sold at auction today, at an estimated $4,000 to $6,000. –1010WINS.com

The Year of the Tiger may be inauspicious for tigers in the wild. Poachers and diminishing habitats are leading to their near extinction. –New York Times

Cesar Millan has partnered with Swiffer on a new campaign aimed at pet owners who want to keep their homes free of kibble on the floor. –New York Times

Following the Rapture, what becomes of the animals? For those concerned about their pets left behind, Eternal Earth-Bound Pets will place your pets with an atheist. –BusinessWeek

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