These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
December 02, 2009 03:30 PM

These stories are worth a click:

Michael Vick returned to his Newark alma mater, telling students in his speech that animals have pains, feelings and emotions. –

After 21 cats got sick from thiamine deficiency, Diamond Pet Foods recalled certain varieties of premium dry cat food. –AP via Google

Jill Abramson continues her series on her puppy Scout, who gave her the insight that empty nesters often introduce dogs into their new lives. –New York Times

Nearly half of the 9,000 displaced persons in a Yemeni relief camp brought animals with them, consisting mostly of goats, sheep and cattle. –NPR’s Morning Edition

Wisconsin governor Jim Doyle signed a bill that will regulate large-scale puppy mills. A lack of regulation has made Wisconsin a hotspot for puppy mills, and this bill hopes to change that. –

PHOTOS: Edie the hamster loves riding the New York City subway! Well, a tiny model version. –New York Post