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It (2017)

Release : 2017-09-05
Country : United States of America
Language : English
Runtime : 135
Genre : Adventure,Drama,Horror


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Watch It Full Movie Online Free. Movie ‘It’ was released in 2017-09-05 in genre Adventure,Drama,Horror.
In a small town in Maine, seven children known as The Losers Club come face to face with life problems, bullies and a monster that takes the shape of a clown called Pennywise.

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  1. Cupcake

    Hey, Cocco. You look really “hot” in that picture. (See what I did there?) Happy Thanksgiving! We’re thankful to have you as a friend in Blogville. xoxo

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  2. Bouncing Bertie

    We too are thankful to be part of such a wonderful community. Who could have predicted a wire-haired fox terrier in Scotland would be pals with an Italian-American mini-pig? Long may the fun endure.
    Cheers, Bertie and Gail.

  3. Pam

    Oh we hope you had a really wonderful Thanksgiving…………you have a very busy life so it’s amazing you can blog AT ALL…….but we love your thoughts, your family, your fun, your talent – so we are THANKFUL for you!!

    Hugs, Pam and Sam

  4. The Kitties of Purring Pines

    We love you & are thankful for y’all too!!! You bring joy to us & help less fortunate fur balls!!!

  5. Kaity

    Hi there, my name is Kaity and we recently adopted a mini pig. I have been scouring your blog for the best place to ask a question, and I could not decide between your most recent post or the most relevant one, even though it was over a year old so I am posting it here. I was hoping you could try to help me with an age question. I have spent weeks scouring the internet trying to find a way to guess my pigs age. I am hoping, maybe because Coccolino is over two you have noticed some definite changes in his appearance at certain milestones? I have read that whisker length, tail hair length, snout length, tusk length… ect can all identify maturity of pigs and that this differs from male to female, neutered to spayed. However I can not find references as to at what age the change or what they look like in the process.

    I am so curious because the piggy we adopted, we where told he was “2 years old”. There has been a lot of speculation there, however we have found a few indicators that might be proving his pervious owners correct, or at least only exaggerated a little. So I guess here is a little back story. My husband and I have wanted a mini pig for a long time, we bough a house in farm land with a little property… perfect. So we got more serious, however we want a indoor piggy so we have put off our piggy purchase for a long time because we have had a more than difficult time telling scam from truth.

    Well we saw this 2 year old pig advertised on a not so reputable pet selling site. We contact the owner, who tells us how much she loves her pig and why she is selling him, and how much he is, $650! Not bad, at all if he is actually 2 years old, but we are too novice to know his age from studying his pictures. The owner tells us how amazing he is, fully potty trained, amazing with kids and loves other animals. So after much debate we pass, decide not to take the chance and to wait until we are certain.

    Then about 3 weeks later we see the same pig posted again but for $1,000 and by different people. We contact them and talk to them and at this point we fell bad for the piggy being bounced around. So we end up offering the new owners $700. The new owners where 2 hours closer so I guess the extra $50 could be justified for gas savings by myself. His second owners claim the extra cost was due to a vet visit and a high bill that cost them over $700…. not sure how true this is we will find out when I call for records next week.

    Well anyway so we bring this now scared and traumatized piggy home. Since the sale I have talked to the original owner, who has stood by her original 2 year claim and who has tried to help me through new scared piggy behavior and noises. She has been so helpful I am inclined to believe her. I fell like if she was lying so would have stopped talking to me when she sold him to the middle party.

    Another promising indicator is that the middle owners promise that the piggy vet looked at his teeth and confirmed that his last set of adult teeth where coming in putting him between 2-3 years old. From research I have done this is a true fact, weather or not the vet confirmed this, I do not know yet.

    Our new little guy is 15lbs and looks almost like a twin to your Coccolino. I have been staring at Coccolino pictures all morning and last night (not a stalker I swear!). They have the same body structure. I will try to imbed a picture in a few,our new little guy just has more white. Anyway after googling and googling what feels like hundreds of adult mini pigs I fell like our piggy has some mature features, but not like some of the piggys I find like on “Posh Pigs”. However I am chalking that up to those pigs being intact.

    Our new (unnamed as of now) piggy has a few whiskers, maybe 8 of them that are about 7-8 inches long. He has what looks like the beginning to tusk growth but he will not let me look in his mouth. I can see his upper lip protrude weird where tusks would grow from though. He has about 3-4 inches on hair that grows out past the length of his tail… but it is not unusually long. His moehawk is starting to grown long and stand up, but nothing extreme or super long, just about 1 inch longer than his body hair. He is of course neutered, and has been since 6-8 weeks.

    We are giving him lost of time as space, he has lived with us almost a week and is still very scared and flightily. We have had 100% litter box usage though. He just squeals when ever we pet him and runs away easy. I think he is just incredibly stressed out from going to three different homes in a month. So we are giving him lots of space and time to adjust.

    So I guess to wrap this up I was wondering when you noticed Coccolino starting to grow long whiskers, possible tusks, a longer moehawk, when his tail hair grew past his tail length, a longer smoother snout… anything you noticed to indicate that Coccolino was growing up, that maybe another person could apply to their piggy. Sorry for going on and on so long…. I am feeling so desperate for any info, and you seemed to helpful and active on your blog. I noticed to answering everyones questions and posting all the time so I fell hopeful.

    Thank you,

    – Kaity, and the new piggy. 🙂

    1. minipig Post author

      Hi Kaity and thanks for your comment and story. First, I have a lot of respect for you taking in this poor piggy. It sounds like it was a traumatic time for him bouncing between these houses. He is definitely in need of some adjustment time and some reassurance.

      As for his age, it is so hard for me because living with Cocco this whole time his appearance just gradually changed with time; I never really noticed when or at what point his appearance changed. That said, it definitely sounds like your piggy’s features are the exact replica of Cocco’s in length and size (and go ahead and stare at him as long as you want – I do!). I would imagine he is about two years old. If you can call the vet that saw him that would be the best help as I cannot say for sure just based on the description.

      As for trying to get your piggy to feel more comfortable, try to spend time just sitting with him and letting him rest with you. Feed him by hand and give him peanut butter off your hand and just spoil him and comfort him. It will take time, maybe a bit of time, but he has a wonderful place in your family and is lucky to be with you.

  6. Kaity

    Thank you so much for the reply! Yes so far it has been a challenge having our new little boy. We are leaning towards the name Orin, still not positive yet though. 🙂 Our family has done a lot of dog/cat fostering and we did months, scratch that, years of piggy research before bringing our new pig home. We felt as prepared as we could, but there is still such a lack of information on piggy behavior out there. We still do not know what half of his noises mean, is he happy, scared, threatened, angry?! Haha. So it’s been a roller coaster of guessing, and trying to help him settle in without giving him take control of our little house herd. He is finally warming up and will join us on the couch for cuddles when we watch TV or relax. I have a feeling it will be a long road though, he is not comfortable with us at all. It sounds like he was amazingly trusting in his first home, just the perfect pig and I think his trust has just deteriorate so we are working on gaining trust with him.

    I do not know what I would be doing right now if it wasn’t for blogs like yours and a few facebook mini pig groups I have joined. There is so much more to pig ownership than just the giving them proper care and love. They need a specific type of leadership and security that dogs and cast do not, and I only realized this after we adopted our little guy.

    1. minipig Post author

      Yes it is all about understanding the piggy noises and behavior and you slowly will. It is so much different than having any other kind of pet as we experienced too! Just do day by day and please feel free to email if you have any questions I can help with!

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