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Selene said:   October 13th, 2010 6:50 am
I saw some of the "Tea Cup Pig" videos circulating facebook and wondered what the truth of them was. I'll remember to link this site when I see them.

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courtney said:   August 9th, 2010 11:33 am
i just got my "mirco mini potbelly" and he is said to be 10 weeks with a birth date of 6-3-10 he is maybe a whole of 7 lbs. and i did see the parents. they were said to be 2 and 3 years old with mama being 21lbs. and daddy 17lbs. the breeder told me that i should feed him 1 c. of food twice a day and any more than that and he will over grow and become 40-50lbs. is this imformation making me starve Pumba into staying his small size? she had a rescue she showed me as an example but he was 2 years old and only 90lbs. and the size of a medium sized dog. should i trust this breeder or is all this false information?

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Rebecca DiNolfi said:   March 17th, 2010 9:08 pm
Crystal This site is awesome and very much need to let the public know the truth about the so called tea cup pigs that are being advertized out there to unsuspecting people. There are way too many potbellied pigs that have landed in PBP sancturaries because there was a claim that they would only get to be 50lbs or smaller. Their are also a lot that are in hiding because the law in the town states that the potbellied pig can olnl get to be 95 lbs and more pigs are over that limit than I can count. This is some of the reason they get zoned out also. I see it a lot in the cases I have. You already know Im a zoning consultant for the PBP. Thanks for the work you are doing on their behalf. Becky DiNolfi

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Tammy Hann Harlan said:   March 15th, 2010 2:43 pm
Thanks for adding my email on your list ..Ohio is full of pot bellies teacups and lots of myths surrounding these great animals . I have 9 piglets born here 2 months ago they will fit in a soup cup right now HA HA I have rescued hundreds of pigs in the last 6 years and many have started out teacup size .Please spay and nueter all animals Thanks for your educational site !!! Tammy

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cynthia y. queen creek,az said:   February 12th, 2010 2:35 pm
Thank you much for all the information. I am looking into adopting a little piglet fof my farm.I will be going with a regular healthy pot belly pig.Not with the tea cup. Thanks again Cynthia

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Anne-Greenville, RI said:   January 29th, 2010 10:58 am
Crystal, you have done a FABULOUS job on this website. I know it was a long labor of love on behalf of the pigs, in addition to all your wonderful rescue work. Andrew, I love the hoof/teacup statement.

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Andrew - Orange County, CA said:   January 18th, 2010 7:39 pm
Having a pig as a family member of your household can be a great and memoriable experience to have in your life. Pigs do understand and have emotions, that's why when you care and commit to them they love you back ten fold. As you would for your a child, be a responsible person with a pig and remember only one hoof fits in a teacup after a pigs first three years of age.

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Linda from Portland said:   January 18th, 2010 2:20 pm
Thank you for posting this information. I almost bought one of these little pigs because we don't have a lot of yard space, but your group has opened my eyes and I will really look into more information before we decide if a pig is right for our family!

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Lindsey D, Tempe, AZ said:   January 8th, 2010 10:14 am
Thank you for answering my questions. I didn't understand that all these cute baby pigs fit in a teacup when they are born. I will do more research before I get a pig for sure!

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Kelly Peart said:   January 7th, 2010 6:28 pm
Please get all the facts before you get a pig. Would you get rid of your child because it got to fat? or your landlord said you can't have a kid there? THINK before you buy!

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