Today is Sheldon's 1 year Pigaversary!
He's come such a long way since I got him. He was such a sad little pig when I went to pick him up from his previous owner. He was in a laundry bin which I think he was in for a while in a dark and musky unfinished basement.
Oh, no! She's making us pose again...
Penny looks like such a little loaf when she lies down. Sheldon always looks so elegant.
Please excuse Penny's chiny-chin-chin. She was just eating... Again...
Penny: Well that's enough of this, lady. I'm outta here!
I hate seeing ads for cages or accessories where the people say something like "I got rid of my rabbit and need to sell it's cage." Or "We got rid of our guinea pig blah blah blah." It just sounds so harsh and cold. Like the animal was just a disposable item, not a living, breathing creature. Wording it like that makes it sound like their pet was some sort of god-awful hindrance.
I have never re-homed a pet. I simply could never do it. I made a life long commitment
A few days ago my family and I moved into our new house! We are all very happy to be here, and really love the place. Since the pigs don't have to be in my bedroom anymore, I was able to expand their cage a bit. Penny and Shelly went from a 3x3 C&C cage to a 3x4. Sadly, I think a 3x4 is as big as we can go, but the piggies seem to be rather pleased! They are lazy bums when they are in their cage, but once they hit the floor for play time, boy can they run!