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Sunday, January 11, 2009

Potbelly Pigs

girl kitty living with potbelly pigs

My humans went to visit friends who live on a farm where they have a bunch of potbelly pigs, a few dogs to protect and live with the pigs, and a few cats who live indoors with keep the humans company. This place they call it a potbelly rescue place. All of the 400 lbs (200 Kg) pigs were found living in terrible urban conditions, in dire health and all alone. These pigs are social animals who need to see sunshine, and feel earth under their feet. They also need to have their toe nails cut on a regular basis. They also need to have their tusks trimmed too, or they will grow into their faces, and cause bad things to happen to their faces. Here at the farm, the piggies have nice piggy and dog friends to live with, nice little houses for themselves, great pedicures and teeth care, lots of nutritous food and water. They seem to be happier than a pig in slop. Overseeing the whole farm is girl kitty. She watches from inside her picture window, and makes sure all the piggies are happy.

9 Comments:

At 1/13/09, 1:55 AM, Blogger Just Sharlene and My Spice Cats said...

Wow! I didnt know such a place exist.

 
At 1/13/09, 7:06 AM, Blogger Ariel said...

"Wow" sounds like piggy heaven and what a pretty kitty :)

 
At 1/17/09, 12:42 PM, Blogger Michelle said...

What great friends to open their home to all kinds of animals! Sounds like girl kitty is doing an excellent job.

 
At 1/18/09, 11:25 AM, Blogger Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love pigs! That's such a great place! Nice kitty picture!

Cheers,

Rosa

 
At 1/20/09, 2:37 PM, Blogger Everycat said...

That makes us very happy to know that there is a rescue for Pot Bellied Pigs. They get an awful deal when they get bought as urban pets, it's so unfair. It must be heaven for the rescued ones. That's a very pretty kitty they live with.

Hope you are doing well yourself there Kitikata-san!

Whicky Wuudler

 
At 1/26/09, 11:44 PM, Blogger katztales said...

Are these abandoned pet pigs? The center sounds amazing.

 
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At 1/18/10, 3:52 PM, Blogger oboe.chick said...

Hello! I have blog that is all about my potbelly pig, Rambo! Feel free to visit it, rockinrambo.blogspot.com

 
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