This video has one of my favorite Youtubers talking about her "micro mini pigs" which aren't a true breed of pig! I love Tabby Ridiman, but she seriously has her fans thinking there's a pig out there that can be kept indoors like a kitty cat and carried around in a purse like some little sissy dog. I actually believed her too until I came upon a pig rescue site that exposed the lie that is "teacup piggies". The babies advertised are very young to newborn pot bellied pigs. The pigs that are bred are young and haven't reached their full size, it can take up to 3 years for a pig to reach it's full size and most are bred at like 8 months old. Now, Tabby said her family has been breeding these "minis" or "julianas" for 3 years now and they have no intention of stopping. She said they keep breeding smaller and smaller and are getting more vivid colors. I totally understand if it's a project of her family's but I personally do not think she should be calling them "micro minis" until it is a recognized breed of pig. I would also like to see the parent pigs full grown, not 1 years old, 3+ years! According to her they get up to the size of a medium sized dog.... Isn't that like a normal pot bellied, like a golden retriever? Unless the pigs are being starved they could not possibly be 20-30 or 40 pounds.. I mean come on.. And they're not ideal indoor pets. Pigs are outdoor animals but I guess they can come for a visit inside every once in a while. I wouldn't keep one inside because I wouldn't want my carpet and furniture ruined. Besides I think one would be happier outside. Ugh, no wonder there's so many pigs being dumped at shelters, specifically pot bellies, it's because of these folks... Maybe not the Ridiman family specifically, because their pigs may just be a project like creating bantam breeds of standard chicken breeds, but other people who make these baby pigs look like the real thing. Baby pigs are very cute but they can be a handful when they're grown up. The end of my rant.