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Canadian Couple Thought They Adopted A Mini-Pig, But It Grew Up Into... !!!

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”
A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”

A Canadian couple who adopted what they thought was a micro pig were surprised when their 45-pound pet kept growing and became a 650-pound porker. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter took Esther home in 2012, having been told that the piglet would only grow to 70 pounds. But the couple soon realized they’d been duped. Now, the housebroken 5-year-old hog weighs more than a polar bear and munches through dozens of pounds of vegetables, fruit, grain, and ice cream every week. Despite the cost, Esther’s owners say they didn’t consider giving her up. “We just adapted,” said Jenkins, “and loved her more.”


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