Hines and her partner, Jay House, were given Sheldon as a piglet in 2011. Hines said she spent more than ,000 in the first 24 hours of having him, trying to save his life.
The city's prohibited animals bylaw was changed in 2012, forbidding the ownership of Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs without a valid license.
Now that the pig is finally back in good health, he faces being removed from his home because he doesn't have a license.
Because of his past health issues, he's on a strict diet of fruit and vegetables.
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She said she and her partner have been looking at moving to Guelph, Fergus or Elora.
If the city allows Sheldon to get an updated license, Hines said this would give her and her partner more time to search for a property outside of the city to support the animal hospice they run.
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If he doesn't get the proper mix of food, his health issues could return.