The Three Little Pigs of Chiang Mai, Thailand

Oink if you love happy, fairy tale endings.

Mindy P., from Save Elephant Foundation, wrote to tell us, “Just before Christmas, a mother pig went into labor and sadly passed away with a number of stillborn piglets. The foundation I work with rescued the only survivors… three little pigs.”

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(And they just happened to have little pink piggalette hoodies on hand?!)

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“The road ahead for these little ones is a tough one, but we’re doing all that we can.

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If fans want to follow along on their journey, we would love to see them as fans on Facebook. Thanks so much.” -Mindy.

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Thailand trivia time: “Pig” in Thai is, “Moo”!

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Comments

  1. That first picture should be in an illustrated dictionary next to “redundant”.

  2. Agreed. They put a pigskin, on a pigskin.

    So pink and pretty though.

  3. Re. Trivia: So if I’m in Thailand and I hear a cow, does that mean I should look out for the cops? :)

  4. Ha! Took me a second…!

  5. Dang it, why are little snorfers so cute? They’re unconventional: eyes aren’t big, no stubby nose, awkward ears… I swoon at the sight of them!

  6. Thank you to Save the Elephant for saving those adorable piglets. Hope they get stronger and stronger. I so love piglets and pigs.

  7. Is that like Mu (moo) Shu Pork?
    Sorry to bring carnivorousness into this but just wondering language-wise.

  8. Oink!

  9. The eyelashes!

  10. Reblogged this on Pig Love and commented:
    This is so precious!! XOXO – Bacon

  11. Sweet little piglets!! We wish you all the best!
    Sherri-Ellen & Nylablue

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