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Victorian Market busker finds new companion - 10-week-old Moby

1 month ago   |   By Press and Journal

An Inverness busker has found a new companion just weeks after his beloved pet dog died.
John Casey, a prominent busker at Inverness's Victorian Market , was left heartbroken after his 11-year-old Dalmatian, Emily, died following a sudden illness.
Shoppers and traders alike at the prominent Inverness outlet were left devastated by the news and the loss of an animal who had become an almost permanent fixture.
In order to provide relief to their “wonderful resident busker”, the market launched an appeal online to help find him a new friend.
Now, just four weeks later, Mr Casey has been...
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