The Water Bowl: World's Longest Cat Dies From Cancer at Age 8

Stewie the World's Longest Cat Dies From Cancer at Age 8
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02/06/2013 11:40AM

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Stewie, the world's longest domestic cat, has died after a yearlong battle with cancer. He was 8-years-old and measured in at 4-feet long from nose to tail. "Stewie was always very social and loved meeting new people," remembers his owner Robin Hendrickson. "He has touched many lives, and for that I am grateful." –AP

A search team is crediting a loyal Labrador for helping them find the body of the dog's owner, who died while hiking in a New Jersey nature preserve. The dog's eyes reflected off the team's headlamps, police say, which lead the searchers to the 51-year-old man's body; there was no indication of foul play. –Huffington Post

Would you keep a cockroach as a pet? Insect enthusiasts say some creepy crawlers actually make perfect domesticated companions. The most popular pet roach is the hissing cockroach, which grows up to 2 to 3 inches long. –USA Today

Meet Chris P. Bacon, a baby pig born without the use of his back legs due to a congenital defect. A veterinarian took in the piglet after his owner planned on having him euthanized, and Bacon's new owner hooked up the family's addition with a makeshift wheelchair.– Huffington Post

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