Our two sows, GP4 and GP5 , came to live with us and GP3 (who was neutered and bonded with them)
Our ladies had been part of a huge Rescue, they had both been weaned away from their piglets and sent to the Rescue where we got them. So they were very confused and bewildered (oh, okay, Judgey ) when they came home.
DD and I had loads of names but I couldn't think of one for a white pig (DD liked 'Elsa' . GP5 is Himmy so she's called Oreo. GP4 is a lovely sand/white/black called 'Trinity' ) I couldn't even sit GP5 on my lap when she arrived, she was so skittery. She;s now calm, about 50% tubbier and settled. GP4 settled her paws right under the table.Last night she leapt off my lap to pee on the fleece (good girl )
They are larding in the garden run with GP6 , their new(ish) husband.
the photos of Gingerpig as a GingerPiglet now a big sleek glossy boy - amazing difference . They do embrace the Life of Leeshure don't they ?
Too warm for the pigs to go out just now, they tend to have late night grazing at the moment while DH reads outside then they all stand at the bars and look judgey while DD and I prepare their supper and bed.
I had images of piggy bedtime stories too This year has just flown. My DD2 has been at secondary a whole year and is so more grown up.
I can't believe we still have Coco. Her list of ailments grows and grows but she keeps going bright eyed and interested in the world, eating pooping and weeing. DD1 found a small lump growing under her skin on her side last week.
Congratulations GP4 and GP5 on finding yourselves in a lovely home Don't forget to demand cake