These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated September 10, 2009 02:54 PM
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These stories are worth a click:

An amazing story out of Franklin, Ohio: Sandy LaPierre’s cat, Smoka, was found alive after being buried under debris for 26 days following a building fire on Aug. 10. A crew came to clear away the wreckage on Sept. 4 and saw the cat’s face peek out from under the rubble.–Associated Press

The North Carolina family who fought to keep a pot-bellied pig named Loopey as a therapy animal for their 8-year-old autistic son have been told by city officials that the pet cannot return to their home.–Associated Press

Bullet, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador shot four times by an unknown gunman in Caldwell Country, Mo., is recovering at the Safe Haven rescue. Despite his ordeal, he has a loving, friendly disposition.–Kansascity.com

San Francisco Animal Control is pleased that the animated film G-Force did not cause an overwhelming spell of guinea pig adoptions that would ultimately result in their return.–sfweekly.com

Officials at a school in Yonkers, N.Y., have refused to allow an 8-year-old diabetic, Anthony Spataro, to bring his service dog, Dash, to school. A school spokeswoman says the pooch is too young to have been trained to detect Spataro’s glucose levels.–Associated Press