February 19, 2010 04:48 PM

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Christina Milian and her family are being sued by an 81-year-old neighbor who claims one of Milian’s dogs attacked him and took a “huge chunk” out of his arm. –TMZ.com

Did you know that cats have separate purring sounds for when they want to be fed and when they want to be picked up, among other signals? –CBS News

An increasing number of U.K. pet owners are asking to be buried with their pets. The expanding market has prompted cemeteries to dedicate new sections to the burial of people and their furry loved ones. –ABC News

New York governor David Paterson is calling for improved conditions and treatment of New York City’s carriage horses, but the city’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg says that reforms are already in the works. –AP via NYTimes.com

Bomb-sniffing black Labradors, called the “dogs of war,” have saved the lives of U.S. Marines in Afghanistan. They are trained to detect explosives and are 98 percent accurate, according to a handler. –AFP via Google

Australia is so overrun with cane toads (there are some 1.5 million of them in the country) that filmmaker Mark Lewis was inspired to make a follow-up to his documentary Cane Toads: An Unnatural History. Cane Toads: The Conquest debuted at Sundance in 3D to rave reviews. –WSJ.com

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