Once Abused, 700-Lb. Pig Loves To Cuddle

She’s no miniature pig, this one.Lisa weighs 700 lbs. and is probably going to get a bit bigger, but don’t let her size fool you. She’s just as cuddly as a tiny teacup piglet. Anyway, what’s not to love about lots more belly to lay on?

This giant-sized cuddle bug has lately been spending her time relaxing on a 55-acre spread in Oregon, eating apples and oranges and bananas, along with her favorite treat ever, peanut butter sandwiches. But the days weren’t always so sweet for Lisa.

In her previous life, the 1-year-old pig was abused and locked up on a Washington farm. Her owner, a farmer who planned to eat her, apparently didn’t like that Lisa would walk down the road to visit some horses, so he hit her in the face with a two-by-four.
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It takes a lot for a sophisticated fashionista to turn her head. And we can guarantee that all the leashes, potty patches and cat beds outside our office doors have rarely garnered a glance — there’s just no way we can compete with high-end celebrity fashion.So you can imagine our surprise when a mate stopped in her tracks and gasped at the sight of glittery, winged Stella the Pug, the flagship product from Fuzzy Nation, a company that makes tiny purses, ostensibly for tweens. Purses in the likenesses of Shar Peis, Chinese Cresteds, and yes, pugs. Pooches as handbags: Why didn’t we think of that?

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Cuddle Up to Your Purse with Fuzzy Nation's Doggie Bags

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It takes a lot for a sophisticated fashionista to turn her head. And we can guarantee that all the leashes, potty patches and cat beds outside our office doors have rarely garnered a glance — there’s just no way we can compete with high-end celebrity fashion.So you can imagine our surprise when a mate stopped in her tracks and gasped at the sight of glittery, winged Stella the Pug, the flagship product from Fuzzy Nation, a company that makes tiny purses, ostensibly for tweens. Purses in the likenesses of Shar Peis, Chinese Cresteds, and yes, pugs. Pooches as handbags: Why didn’t we think of that?

Fuzzy Nation’s two pooch purse lines — the OMG! Collection, and Plushious Bags — are less about function and utility than they are about having something over-the-top precious to tote around in the crook of your arm. They make unique gifts, have got fantastic packaging, and they’re certainly worthy of any princess, whether she’s 6 years old or 60. Fuzzy Nation carries lots of other goodies, like earmuffs with little pug heads on either end, customizeable bags (who doesn’t want a picture of their own little Fluffy over their arm?), jewelry, plush toys, and — why not? They’ve got winestoppers, too.

The products aren’t cheap (items range from $22-$180), but the payback in coos and smiles is worth it. Plus, if you order directly from Fuzzy Nation, you get a free gift for purchases over $50. Can’t complain about that!

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