I'm going to have to engineer a way to keep him from doing that. I think I'm going to cut the bottom out of another pipe section and put that in for him and Jack. It's a darker and more secure place to hide than the big hut they share. It's not as easy to get on top of, but the baby girls figured it out. I think the boys can too.
- Supporter in 2020
They are now the alarm system for the herd. You can hear them all the way in the kitchen. One wheak from them is all it takes to get the rest of the piggies going. The other youngsters join them in wreaking and the older ones add to the sound by chewing on the cage wires. It gets quite loud and it goes on until they get what they want. What they don't know is that I love hearing it; well maybe not the cage biting, but thats ok. I work quickly so that part stays at a minimum. All in all, Kahlua and Jack are very good boys.
I feel satisfaction in everything I do for them and my reward is the love and closeness they have for me in return. I rather enjoy everything to do with their care,, even the dirty job of changing their bedding. Every single one of them trusts me. They always come up to greet me whether I have food for them or not. They always get something, whether its food or attention. I'm living the dream with them and we are all happy.