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By People Staff
Updated August 01, 2011 03:45 PM
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These stories are worth a click:

The cat formerly known as Kitler has a new name (Luminus) and a new home. The kitten, whose markings made it resemble Adolf Hitler, was having trouble getting adopted because of its baggage-ridden appearance, but she’s found a forever home. –Wood Green

Staffers at a wildlife center in England rescued 7-day-old duckling, but the bird refused to eat, apparently stressed over the loss of its siblings. Since, the duckling has been placed next to a mirror, and thinking it has a companion, the bird has been eating and making a recovery. –SWNS

Birding enthusiasts made the trek to New York’s Coney Island for a once-in-a-lifetime sighting of a gray-hooded gull whose origins are from Africa or South America. –New York Times

A family driving in Tennessee got a surprise on the highway when a snake slithered out from the car’s hood and moved all around the windshield and the side mirror. The snake eventually fell off the door. –WIS News 10

In other windshield news, a sparrow landed on a windhield wiper and stayed absolutely still – even as the wipers were on and moving. –YouTube