These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated January 26, 2010 03:56 PM

These stories are worth a click:

Charla Nash, the Connecticut woman who was attacked by her friend’s chimpanzee in February, is seeking a face and hand transplant, her lawyer told the Associated Press. The Cleveland Clinic, which performed the first face transplant in the U.S., has told Nash’s family that they will not take on the procedure because they do not have the capability.–

The Potts family of Ohio got a whopping surprise recently: Their dog, Kibosh, gave birth to 17 puppies! The family says the South African boerboel is now “done having puppies.”–

On Friday, a 3-year-old black bear named Lily gave birth live on camera in her den in Ely, Minn. It’s the first time the birth of a bear has ever been recorded live in the wild.–

Is your beloved pet hurting your relationships with humans? Sometimes our connections with our furry friends can cause rifts between family members, friends and even partners.–

Soon, if you eat cats or dogs in China, you could face a 15-day detention and a $732 fine, according to a draft of new anti-animal abuse legislation. The man behind the law, Chang Jiwen, said the committee in charge of drawing up the law had received 400 calls and 300 emails, most of them approving of the new legislation.–