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PHOTOS: Piglet Becomes Internet Sensation

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Piglet "Chris P. Bacon" uses his wheelchair, which was made of parts from toys. Piglet "Chris P. Bacon" uses his wheelchair, which was made of parts from toys.

A piglet who is learning how to walk with a makeshift wheelchair has quickly become an Internet sensation.

The Florida piglet, named "Chris P. Bacon" was born with broken hind legs.

A local veterinarian adopted the piglet after his original owner gave him up.

The veterinarian, Dr. Len Lucero, decided to make the piglet more mobile by putting together a wheelchair out of parts from toys.

A video posted online of Chris P. Bacon has gained him instant fame. The piglet even has a Facebook page and a Twitter handle with thousands of followers.

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