Pigs aren’t exactly exotic pet choices, but they are offbeat. How many people do you know personally who have a pet pig? One, maybe? And that person also makes his or her own cheeses? And has an alfalfa garden? And collects abandoned birds’ nests? It doesn’t matter what your weirdo pig friend does — pigs are…
"What's that you say? Only Wednesday? This week seems rawther long, does it not? Sigh. Anyway, just wanted to chat. But I'll let you get back to whatever. I think when I hang up I'll order a pizza." Image via The Tea Cup Piggy.
Hamlet is a little shy about going down the steps, but, oh man, does he ever want that bowl of oatmeal. Thankfully, his effort is rewarded in a most delightful way. Snort, snort, snort.
A mother's love is a powerful thing, but a mother's love of food is even more powerful. This big mama was not afraid to teach her little babe that pigs are called pigs for a reason.
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"A Roane County kindergarten teacher who reportedly told students to encircle a classmate, call him a pig and make pig noises because the boy is messy, received a one-day unpaid suspension and had a letter of reprimand placed in her file."
Behold: something so cute you could not even have conceived of it. British piglet Cinders (named for Cinderella!) is scared of mud — a condition called mysophobia — and wears two teeny tiny little pairs of Paddington Bear wellies to protect her trotters. Her owners, Yorkshire pig farmers Andrew and Debbie Keeble, say…