October 04, 2012 04:00 PM

These stories are worth a click:

Call it sunny-side up: A hen in Berkshire, England, laid an egg that looked like a smiley face was etched on its shell. And the owner was more than happy to crack it open for her morning omelet. “I couldn’t have kept it because it would have eventually gone off,” said the owner, “so we decided to eat it.” –Daily Mail

Pop star Duffy, her two cats and dog are safe after a fire blazed through her London home Wednesday night. Neighbors say the “Mercy” singer also owned goldfish, and their current whereabouts are unknown. –London Evening Standard

Could cats be considered an invasive species? Managing the U.S. population of feral felines, which is estimated to be in the range of a few million to 125 million, divides advocates of TNR (trap, neuter and return) and those who believe the method just puts strays back on the streets to endanger birds and other animals. –USA Today

Unlike the net-savvy job-seekers who use LinkedIn to find employment, Pierre, a 7-year-old tuxedo cat at a California animal rescue, is using the online professional network in hopes of finding a forever home. His profile details his “purr-sonal skills,” including his ability to work independently, dress to impress and refrain from “catty” antics. –San Jose Mercury News

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