UNDATED (CNN) -- A cat trapped on a utility pole, a puppy covered in cactus spines and time lapse photography showing the growth of the new World Trade Center; the video that will have you talking is coming up now in Take a Look at This!
This cat spent at least seven hours in a hairy situation. It was spotted high on a power pole in Phoenix, near lines carrying 7,200 volts of electricity. Rescuers were powerless, until the animal climbed down a short distance on its own, to a neutral line.
A utility worker was able to reach the frightened feline, and gently wrapped it in a blanket. No one has claimed the cat, and it ran off as soon as it was back on solid ground.
The little dog known as "Cactus Jack" has a new home. The 8-week-old pup was found trapped in a cactus in Phoenix, covered in spines. Workers at the animal hospital where he was treated say he wagged his tail the whole time the spines were being removed. The puppy gained worldwide attention, and 73 people entered a lottery to adopt him.
His new owner says she fell in love with his story. Sara Messershmidt says, "I'm shaking, I'm so excited, I wanted this so bad.'
Watch the new "One World Trade" Center building rise above New York's skyline in a matter of seconds. The skyscraper is being built at a pace of about one floor per week. It will soon be the tallest building in the country, measuring a symbolic 1,776 feet high.
By Monday it's expected to be higher than the Empire State Building. New York's Port Authority plans to open the tower in late 2013.