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Ferret Hops Train In London Travels To Scotland

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Ferret Hops Train In London Travels To Scotland

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Ferret Hops Train In London Travels To Scotland

Ferret Hops Train In London Travels To Scotland

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An unusual passenger arrived on a train platform in Scotland. A ferret came all the way from London. The animal was found after the train departed from Haymarket Station in Edinburgh. The ferret was missing an owner and a ticket. An animal shelter has taken him in. A spokeswoman said "he's obviously someone's pet."

LINDA WERTHEIMER, host:

Good morning. I'm Linda Wertheimer.

An unusual passenger arrived on a train platform in Scotland - a ferret. And he came all the way from London. The animal was found after the train departed from Haymarket Station in Edinburgh. The ferret was missing an owner and a ticket. An animal shelter has taken him in. They're calling him Mickey. A spokeswoman said he's obviously someone's pet. Obviously he's a very friendly ferret.

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