Cocoa and Biscuit are such handsome little chaps, they have really blossomed in your care x
Seems to be happening quite frequently lately, piggies ending up here that I thought had gone elsewhere I just hope the poor love isn't pregnant again, she looks suspiciously round bless her, but that could be an old photo.Aw, lovely photos of your piggies, fancy Clover ending up with you after all
Aw, so sorry you lost your grandma, she will want you to opening your little sanctuary I’m sure. How lovely, the piggies will appreciate the extra space too xThankyou both, these 2 will put us at 19, Clover will make 20 in January when we can collect her.
I wont say 'luckily' because sadly we had to lose my grandmother to be able to do so, but we will be moving house soon, where the piggies will have a much larger space than they have now, a large room for current piggies and decent garden space for an outbuilding to hopefully make a start on opening a proper little sanctuary are top of the list of things we're looking for once the uncertainty of lockdown is over with.
Oh poor little mites! Their feet look awful but I know you will get them back to full health with your love and care x They have certainly landed on their poorly little feet!We've called the male piggy Oliver, because he has done nothing but ask for more food since arriving he has a few sores on his feet and his spine is easily felt, but he is a lovely boy, we'll soon get him chunked up, he is only 793g at the moment.
The female still doesn't have a name yet, we managed to get most of the poop off her feet, unfortunately her nails are cracked and broken underneath, and has half a toe missing on the right foot. She is 682g but after having a litter of babies I was expecting her to be smaller than she otherwise would be. Both will take food from my hand though which is nice, already quite trusting in spite of being scared.
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