So we have a 18 month old sow, this is her second litter of babies, the first litter we had people get right away (4weeks old) this litter we have A. had lots of interest but not sold a single baby, and B. Want to keep the only girl, and are going to give up our 2 year old boar and all three boy babies, (this way they can go in pairs, and we don't end up with more babies) we where told they where both girls when we got them, and they hate to live alone. Anyway- The dad was separated at birth, and the boys where separated from the mom and girl at 2 weeks 5 days, when I caught one of the little ones trying to mount his mommy. The mom and the daughter have lived happily together till tonight. Stella (the mom) keeps chasing her daughter (yet to be names) around the cage and trying to mount her whenever she stops. Is this normal, I took her out and had a talk to her, but when I put her back in she started doing it again. Shes not biting her or anything, but the little one doesn't like it at all and Stella is stressing her out chasing her around. I rechecked the baby, it is defiantly a girl. I know Stella is a girl obviously as she has had a total of seven babies. Any advice? Their cage isn't huge but it isn't tiny either, I have two adult sows living in a sepearate cage just like it with no problems, they have a fresh carrot in their carrot holder, hay, pellets and a full water bottle. They have a chewy log thing to hide in and play in. and a little guinea pig shaped bell they like to play with. Hoping she is just hormonal and will knock it off soon. She seems to have laid down now for a nap, the little one is chewing on the carrot, oops spoke to soon, now she is chasing her again. She is also purring (Like our boar would do when trying to mate.