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No relevant goat videos have come way way of late, so here’s an irrelevant moment of joy (though goats do have bit parts).

4 Responses to “Happy As a Pig In a Pink Jacket”

  1. Does he definitely look happy? I was worried he looked anxious but that might be my transference. Is “happy” a diagnosis from a pig expert? Hilary

  2. Yes, why would we? Or better yet, why can’t we? The animal world has a lot to teach us – time for us to listen!

  3. “Pigs like to play, they will run in circles and chase each other, barking and grunting in delight. Also, pigs like toys which can be anything from a old feed bucket, cardboard box or feed sack. A pigs interest span doesn’t last long, and will get tired of the same toy quickly.”

    From: http://www.sybilsden.com/caresheet/pigs.htm

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