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    This adorable piggy is no bigger than a kitten - and just as cute. In fact, the piglet is so small that it even has to be fed from a syringe as it is not grown-up enough to process solid foods.

    A charming piglet, so small that it can fit into the palm of your hand, has been filmed enjoying its meal. The cute squeaker is seen eating its food from a syringe - and it just cannot get enough of it! The funny critter is so agitated that it starts jumping in excitement whenever it is given its treat which it consumes in mere seconds - and then asks for more.

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