November 30, 2011 05:00 PM

These stories are worth a click:

A Staffordshire bull terrier stolen from his home 5 years ago in Birmingham, England, was found on a city bus and returned to his owners thanks to a microchip. The 12-year-old pooch was apparently dumped by the thief after developing a cyst.–Telegraph.com

Daisy, a Bornean orangutan living at the Topeka Zoo, underwent a cat scan Tuesday in order to find the cause of her eye, nose and throat ailments. The 45-year-old animal is one of the oldest at the zoo. –cjonline.com

Cal State students petted away the stress of next week’s final exams by hanging out with specially trained dogs from Rim of the World Comfort Pets, who visited the campus to help comfort them. –sbsun.com

A dog who survived a euthanization attempt at a shelter in Alabama has a new home for the holidays. The pooch, now named Daniel, was adopted by a Nutley, N.J., family after a rescue group arranged to have him flown there.–walb.com

Specially trained dogs from a group called Hounds for Heroes are helping injured servicemen in the U.K. lead normal lives. In this sweet video, P.J. the pooch helps get money out of an ATM. –ITN News

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