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URGENT Cupcake *located in Mariposa, CA   

In shelter Barnyard

Pleasant Hill, CA, 94523
Pet name:
URGENT Cupcake *located in Mariposa, CA
Pot Bellied

Ozzy, neutered male, approx 5 years old. Ozzy came to us from eating a diet of dog food, as such he has been working hard to lose weight which needs to continue. Due to his weight he can be easily startled from not having full range of vision. He is very friendly though, he enjoys back and ear scratches as long as you announce your presence so he is not startled when you touch him. He is an outdoor piggy and has been all his life. He enjoys company and people talking nicely to him. He is a very passive piggy and a really sweet boy.

Cupcake, unaltered female, age is unknown. Cupcake is a lover, she enjoys pets and belly rubs. She is house trained, though she prefers sleeping outside she likes coming inside to visit her people and get pets and snacks. Cupcake was found wandering around by someone in our county and went to Animal Control where we got her. She has the sweetest disposition, she is good with kids and does not care about dogs or cats, or really any other animals as long as she gets attention and food.

In the attached photo Ozzy is on the left and Cupcake is on the Right.


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