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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by birdnutz, Jan 26, 2009.
Mighty costly though.
They are cute-the owner is kinda flat in personality though I was watching Planet Earth the other night and they has these adorable endangered Pygmy pigs on there. They are the size of a rabbit and the babies are like baby bunnies! Crazy!
I don't know, I think my pot belly is way cuter! But I may just be bias!
The adults don't look any smaller then the pot bellies I had as a kid. My Hilda's parents weren't quite that small, but they did have an adult female that was that small (3 years old), when I was considering a second one I was thinking I might like one out of her, she was going to be bred to a male that was white with black spots (sort of like a dalmatian). He was still fairly young, so not sure how big he'd end up. But I think for now I'll stick w/ just one.
Quote:lol..thats what i was thinking...those adults are EVEN bigger then my adult pot bellied Hammie...so..i think she just has a fluke going on there........and that black one with white socks..most certanily did look like a pot bellied pig to me....
My pot bellies were smaller than that black one too .
There has to be some pot bellie in them becasue the onwer said they were decendants of wild hogs . Arent wild hobs black ?