OMG guys…our rescue took in a large group of skinny (hairless) pigs today, and we got three of the baby girls to take home and foster until they can be transferred to our friends at another rescue…they are so tiny and nekkid…meet Rudy (The Red-Nosed Piggy), Ms. Flopsy Bigglesworth, and Buffy!!!
We need some itty bitty sweaters for them LOL…
PIGTURE OF THE DAY: newborn comforts
Thanks to generous donors and Jen’s Custom Crafts, Wee Companions rescue got some nice snuggly fleece beds for some of their mammas and babies from the Baldwin Park hoarder case. These two lucky pups were less than a day old when they got to try their new beds out! :D
Thanks to Wee Wee Companions and Jen’s Custom Crafts for spoiling these sweet little babies. :)
Baby Capybaras at Howlett’s Wild Animal Park (July, 2011)
Keepers at Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, England were pleased to introduce a new litter of Capybara pups to the park recently. “Capybaras are the largest of the rodent species and have big bodies with short heads and shorter front legs than back legs. Their feet are slightly webbed with 4 toes on the front and 3 toes on the back feet. When they dive they can remain under water for up to 5 minutes!” Said Keeper Joel Bunce. Howletts Wild Animal Park has a group of six Capybara; five female and one male…
(read more: ZooBorns)
The newest members of my family. The three little piglets. One looks exactly like its mum, the other two, like their dad.