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Emma Laister: from ballerina to an animal's best friend

When Emma was younger, she dreamed of a career on stage as a ballet dancer, but after achieving her goal she pirouetted to a completely different path and is well on her way to becoming a vet
8 Sep 2020
United Kingdom | Australia
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Emma and her spiky friend
Emma and her spiky friend

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