20929 - Hamlet is an almost two month old, neutered male piglet. He is a happy, little guy who is crate trained but also loves the great outdoors where he will spend his time playing, rooting and grazing. One of the great things about Hamlet is that he is already house-trained!
Hamlet is motivated by food and enjoys fruit and vegetable snacks. He lives with two dogs two cats, and three birds in his foster home and gets along well with everyone. Hamlet loves belly scratches and will roll over on his side to make it easy for you. One of his favorite times is when coconut oil is massaged on his skin to keep it soft! Hamlet is also know to cuddle up with people if he is not playing with the other animals in the house.
Hamlet is a great pet and would make a perfect addition to a home in an area pigs are allowed. If you are interested in Hamlet, please contact Julie, the ARL's Foster Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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