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This parrot has some strong feelings about the theme song from "Titanic." The tune of "My Heart Will Go On" sends it into a blind rage. Parrot wants that music to stop and is happy to fly at your face to make it happen. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Russian Dog Dances to '80s Music Panda Cub Rides Plastic Pony Orange Tabby Enjoys Cat Bath...

Cats loves cardboard boxes. They want to be in them, on them, around them. Just be careful where you place that cardboard, because your feline is apt to go to great lengths -- and leaps -- to reach it. Share this on Facebook MORE ON PAWNATION: Polite Cat Loves Toilet Paper Even Dogs Are Fooled by Magic Cat Caught Sneaking In Licks During Dog's Nap Time...

THE HAGUE - The United Nations' top court on Monday ordered Japan to end its annual Antarctic whale hunt, saying in a landmark ruling that the programme was a commercial activity disguised as science. The Hague. Credit: Associated Press Tokyo said it would honour the ruling shortly after it was handed down at the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ), but did not rule out the possibility of future whaling programmes. "Japan shall revoke any existent authorisation, permit or licence granted in relation to JARPA II (research programme) and refrain from granting any further permits," ICJ presiding judge Peter Tomka ordered. Tokyo was accused of exploiting a legal loophole in the...

A baby gorilla born by emergency C-section last Wednesday is now struggling to combat pneumonia at the San Diego Zoo. Zoo officials believe the gorilla may have contracted it during birth, as reported by ABC News. The female baby, not yet named, was born to first time 18-year-old mother Imani. She is now under round-the-clock care of zoo veterinarians and human neonatal specialists. "We've been working with the baby all weekend and after having several days of experience treating her, it's pretty obvious that we've been dealing with pneumonia," said Nadine Lamberski, associate director of veterinary services at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The rare emergency surgery was performed...

A Washington resident driving 60 mph down a local highway got quite the surprise yesterday when she heard yowling coming from the hood of her car. The driver, Emily Bragg, pulled over, popped her hood and realized that two eyes were staring back at her, according to NBC affiliate King-TV in Seattle. "The reason there's a backup on 167s before the 212th exit is me. There's a cat stuck in my car ...," Bragg tweeted while on the side of the road. But even after calling AAA and having two Washington State Patrol troopers arrive on the scene, no one was able to move the cat out from Bragg's vehicle. Dubbing the cat "Diesel," Bragg live-tweeted the rescue efforts of the troopers, who called...