My Mini Pet Pig . . . and Pals!

A little help for a mini pig from an unexpected friend

I guess if I bug him enough, he will give in.

Double, triple and quadruple checked that it’s not made private this time 🙂

If you don’t watch it all, you can skip to the end when an unexpected surprise helps me out. I am more convinced than ever that my mini pig persistence pays off after all.

I hope you had a wonderful Halloween! I am tired out from my date and ready for the weekend.

~ Coccolino the mini pig

31 thoughts on “A little help for a mini pig from an unexpected friend

  1. Molly The Wally

    We can see you had a willing accomplice LOL. We hope you had a happy Halloween and that all the spooky goings on were fun and came with lots of treats. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Sammy

    Oh Cocco – you got that sandwich after all !! Who could resist helping a cute little mini-pig slip-sliding all over the floor trying so hard to sneak a snack? I know I sure couldn’t !!!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

  3. The Kitties of Purring Pines

    Cocco, you need rougher flooring to get a good grip! Hope you get rejuvenated over the weekend!

  4. Renee Adams

    Dear Katie,

    I am concerned about outside living quarters for my 2 mini pigs. The nights get quite cold, in the 20 degree mark and sometimes even colder. I currently have them in a play pen and small play area in the garage. They have out grown this set up and escape now. I provide a heater in the garage, so they are warm. I would like to put them in a shed outside, with another insulated dog house inside of it, with blankets inside of the little sleeping dog house. Would this be warm enough? Will I need to run some kind of heater inside the big shed (8x10ft)?

    I also want to provide an outside run that is connected to the shed. I plan on covering the top so predators will not be picking up my piglets!! They are still only 4 &8 pounds. I read newborn piglets needed a temp. of 95 and the temp could be lowered 3-5 degrees every week. (for how long they didn’t say). I would love any suggestions and info. on providing them a comfy and safe enviroment

    Sincerely,

    Renee

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