These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated May 30, 2012 04:00 PM
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These stories are worth a click:

Former Kansas City Royal George Brett looked to Twitter for help when he lost his Labradoodle Charlie. The next morning, Brett announced that Charlie had been found. –Deadspin

After falling off of a boat into the Chicago River Sunday, Pomeranian Tank, who was sporting a life vest, was spotted by local residents and rescued before being returned to his owners. “We went from complete devastation to complete elation,” said owner Linn Lewis. “We are overjoyed to have our family member back. We love him so much.” –CBS Chicago

A veterinarian from New York City has been charged with dumping 35 euthanized animals along the Hutchinson River Parkway. Dr. Andrew Manesis, who owns Throggs Neck Animal Hospital, received payment from owners to dispose of their pets properly, and instead, threw them from his car into the woods. –The Journal News

Vancouver residents are being warned of a cat killer after seven more cats were found mutilated, bringing his total to 22. “It’s really scary,” said Kim Wernicke, whose 18-month-old Buttercup was the latest victim. “That person was in my backyard. I’m thinking we have someone that’s pretty messed up.” –National Post