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The Boom And Bust In The Whaling Industry Ferguson 10th October 2015 Peterhead, In The Far North-eas


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Liam Lawrie was heartbroken when his ginger hamster Gingy went on the run and disappeared for six weeks. But he was reunited with his beloved pet when he was found at a care home around a mile from the family's home in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. The youngster was 'doing cartwheels' after he was reunited with his pet, bought for him because she was ginger too. After Gingy when missing, Liam's parents Nicola and Jonathan searched their house high and low but found no trace, reports the Daily Record. Nicola, 37, said: How she survived for nearly six weeks, I have no idea. Its a miracle. Liam's mum Nicola says she has no idea how Gingy survived six weeks outside during the Scottish winter (Photo: Michael Traill 07739384792) Read More Dogs rescued from South Korean dog meat farms find loving homes in the UK A worker on a cigarette break spotted the animal outside the home and took her home. The next day, she sent her husband to Paws and Claws Pet Emporium in Peterhead, where Liams aunt Anna Anderson is manager. Anna had bought the hamster for Liam and when she and the man got talking, she realised Liam's beloved Gingy had been found. Liam's beloved hamster is now back in his cage at the family home (Photo: Michael Traill 07739384792) Read More Anna said: Liam was so happy he was doing cartwheels. "Liam was over the moon and couldnt believe she was found.

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