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Becky

I'm glad to see that. Yea for Twinkie and Kason.

Georgia Little Pea

A happy ending. Nice :)

Kirsten

That is so great and it does not surprise me that pigs make great therapy animals. It is well known that dogs can provide priceless support to kids with autism or Down syndrome; this provides another option for families with special needs individuals who also have allergies!

Heather

So happy to see that they are doing the right thing!

Jen @MyBrownNewfies

Good for Kason and for his little pig, glad someone came to their sense and had a heart!

Amy@GoPetFriendly

This is great news! If only all city officials were as understanding.

maude

It's about time that they gave these people a break. Having a disabled child is difficult enough without having the city trying to interfere in their lives.

Linda

Thank Heavens...having a disabled child is hard enough...having ugly government people not understand horrible. I so glad it worked out for the family!

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yellowdoggranny

finally someone does the right thing

Jen

I'm so happy that they've decided Twinkie can stay! It's nice to hear sense being made by folks in charge.

Jodi

I'm glad the child got to keep the pig, but it saddens me to know how much they had to go through to get 'permission.'

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