Why Did the Piggalette Cross the Road?

To get to the Mother side. …tiny snorfer alert!

Via YouTube


  1. OMG! What a teeny, tiny, piggee!


  3. I surrender!! I can’t take any more qte. :)

  4. kallisto73 says:

    Love how mum does the “Check right, check left, check right again”. All that’s missing is the green light and the traffic warden…

  5. It’s like the scootin’ bebeh trunkster vid on a smaller scale :)

  6. Too funny! XOXO – Bacon

  7. Ditto! :-)

  8. When I visited Denali National Forest in Alaska some years ago, a mama black bear crossed our path… followed by her adorable bebbeh bear. The bebbeh was tiny and too cute for words, but, having just seen what bear claws had done to the trunk of a tree, we paid heed to the Park Ranger’s advice to remain quiet and still until mama and bebbeh had sauntered away. That encounter was the highlight of my Alaska visit!

  9. whawhawhatsis says:

    We saw something similar at a game reserve in northern Minnesota, except it was with a mama skunk, followed by her four babies, who decided our car was more interesting than mama when they got halfway across. Fortunately, she came back and yelled at them and they followed her. I was getting ready to buy stock in tomato juice until then. :D

  10. You were lucky, it’s rare to get that close to bears in the park. And a cub!!

    However, the first rule of the jungle (forest) is don’t cross a mama bear!

  11. There should be a “mommy and me” tag!

  12. emmberrann says:

    Some years ago, when I was visiting Denali NP, our guide got us within 150yards of Mama Grizzly and her 2 yearlings and triplet bebehs. Guide said she was a good mama to have so many of her chilluns survive. She also said to be verry, verrry quiet. We were.

  13. Cambridge Rat Mom says:

    In general, don’t cross a mama!

  14. Mary (the first) says:


  15. Wee piggy is the size of a peanut!

  16. I love skunks!! So cute! By the by….if I’m not mistaken, immature skunks don’t have stink glands. Momma did though! hehehehe

  17. *faints dead away*

  18. I visited a friend in Germany who lived on a farm, and somehow she neglected to tell me that she had a pet boar. So, I get out of the car, and this beast from an medieval tapestry comes hurtling at me – and then it demanded head scratches!

  19. That mama pig looks a lot like an ROUS.