Howard has moved into the CAPE Animal Sanctuary bringing with him his sweet personality and some very endearing traits.
On day three at his new home, the weather was wet and rainy. Howard decided he wanted no part of these outdoor events, so he stayed put in his warm, cozy stall. But Howard is house trained. His stall is immaculate. So we knew he would definitely need to go outdoors sooner rather than later. Sure enough, during the next coaxing by CAPE staff, Howard was eager to find his way outside. "He is a very clean pig," remarked JP Novic, CAPE executive director.
Howard now gets first priority each morning when the barn doors are open allowing the animals outside. And his stall has remained squeaky clean.
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