These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated July 22, 2010 02:30 PM

These stories are worth a click:

One couple had the shock of their lives when they were out on the waters off South Africa and a 40-ton whale crashed right over the top of their boat. “Suddenly I saw this huge monster shape come up out of the water on my port side,” the man said. –

With 58 incidents between 2005 and 2009, Continental Airlines had the most number of cases of pets getting lost or dying in transit. It’s followed by Delta, which had 43 cases. –ABC News

Whether it’s by installing custom cabinets that house feeding stations or incorporating litter boxes into walls, pet owners are increasingly designing their homes with their pets – and their own aesthetics – in mind. Catios, anyone? –New York Times

An adolescent bear has been wandering around Ontario with its head stuck in a pickle jar. The poor creature is emaciated after weeks of being unable to eat or drink. Authorities are trying to trap it. –Vancouver Sun

Don’t feed the wildlife? Not in Ethiopia, where hyenas roam the streets and men have been hand-feeding them for decades. –Global Post