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Ninette - Las Vegas NV said:   January 2nd, 2010 8:12 pm
I just saw my Asimo's story on your website. He was sold to me by a lady named Vickie from Texas that promised he would only be 50 pounds. It's right there on her website. I am not young anymore and even though I was told I fed him too much, he is a really big pig! He could have never been only 50 pounds and I had to give him up because I was afraid he would knock me over. I am very sad and miss him a lot but Vegaspetpigs got him a nice home to live with other pigs.

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VegasPigPets, Las Vegas, NV said:   January 2nd, 2010 12:54 pm
Welcome to our "teacup" pig website, a national collaberation of pig owners, rescues, organizations and sanctuaries! We hope you will post comments and stories, good or bad, for or against, the purchase or sale of these so-called "teacup pigs". Our goal is to compile honest information on this subject. Thank you for your interest in our site!

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