Miss Piggy had been rescued off the side of the road in North Carolina with a red stripe painted down her back — the telltale sign that she was marked for slaughter. How she escaped, we do not know, but an awesome woman named Valerie (who happend to be a wildlife rehabilitator and cat rescuer) scooped her up and kept her in suburban Long Island in a large pen her husband Eric built. Miss Piggy was very well cared for, but now 2 years old and fully-grown she needed more room to be a pig.
In March, 2010, she came to our sanctuary. At first we was rather intimidated by the other pigs, but soon she learned her place in the herd and gets along well enough. She’s still a little shy but has made friends with Oliver and Lodo — and she loves people. Her “parents” Eric and Valerie come almost every weekend to see her, bringing New York bagels and other treats! (via Miss Piggy « Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary)
LOOK AT THAT FACE!
What a little baby! <3
It’s the future and we don’t have jetpacks… but we can give a baby pig some wheels and I think that makes up for it.
Paperclip pig. #pig #paperclip #cute #adorable #animal #oink #baby #school #supplies #amazing
Did your food have a face?
one of seven orders done. well, except for the eyes. :)
Pig de Roa (New York City, USA)