Beach, blanket, bikini, and booze. This pretty pig is in the pink!

Ahhhhhs! It is nice to finally gets off my trotters todays!

Yep. After herding sheep this whole obstacle course thing is really easy. Baa-Ram-Ewe!

Something urges me to go to Pig Island.  I'm not sure why.  The concept of swimming pigs that just want to hang out and eat treats has some odd appeal to me.

Today is "National Pig Day!"  In celebration of this vested holiday, let's take a look at the insane cuteness inherent in mini (or micro) pigs in this fun little video!

I thoughts it would be nice to haves a picnic while we is out hunting tuffles. It mights soften ther blow that I is nots a truffle pig.

When it comes to peppering food some people really like to get piggy with it. Now they can go literal with it with this adorable Oink Oink Pepper Mill (or salt grinder). It can make a passion for pepper more pleasurable.

The
only difference between a small pig and a tinier pig is the name,
and perhaps to fracture the famous quote made by our favorite
Elizabethan Bard: “a pig by any other name would smell the the same.”
Small pigs have been described as "teacup, toy, pocket, micro, mini,
nano and Juliana." And while each name might infer something slightly
different, the fact is that the smaller the swine, the more popular they
become.