Posted: January 15, 2014 at 2:31 a.m.

DEAR JEANNE & LEONARD: My 14-year-old son saved his money and bought his girlfriend a pet pig for Christmas, something she’d spent months begging her parents for, to no avail. Well, she’s thrilled, but her parents aren’t. They say that since we allowed our son to give their daughter a pig, we need to kick in toward the expenses of keeping it. Are these guys nuts, or what? — Stunned

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