Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - Meet the Piggies






13 comments:

anno said...

So cute! I just love that punky hair.

tegdirb92 said...

cute. Are they YOUR pets?

Jen said...

Teg - yup! We started out with the white and light golden one, who are sisters, and ended up with the black (male, alpha) and auburn golden one after the golden one gave birth. Male is neutered and there won't be any more litters. Do you have piggies? We love them!

Sue said...

I used to have three piggies a very long time ago. They are adorable eh! Happy WW and thanks for stopping by!

Comedy + said...

My son had these for years. Then he grew up and doesn't have them anymore. What a cute bunch you have. Have a great WW. :)

jennifer said...

Oh my... good thing my dog isn't there! Nothing like piggie chasing!

Charity said...

I hesitate to show these to my kids--they'll want a whole piggy family too.

But they are pretty cute.

Mrs Wibbs said...

Aaawww...they are So gorgeous! I want one for my boys - or two, one day.
Thanks for dropping by. We are safe and dry where we are but not so far away from us there are hundreds of people whose homes have flooded. It's indeed all over the local and national news, and we're all wondering when it's all going to be over!

Angela Giles Klocke said...

Awwww...we JUST adopted one from a neighbor who didn't want it anymore. He...or she...is a short-hair one. SO STINKIN' CUTE!

Rayne said...

They are adorable! Guinea pigs are wonderful. We have one who is named Eistein. He is a science classroom rescue.

pseudowife said...

And don't you just love those little squeaky noises they make....

Jen said...

Thanks, everyone, for stopping by. I think once you've gotten to know these critters to know them is to love them.

Mrs. Wibbs, if you do have piggies - get a couple - they really are very social and like having buddies. They actually say you should have three or four because if you have two and one dies, the other one sometimes stops eating and also dies.

Rayne - Einstein - that is hysterical, since they are adorable and sweet but not known for being the sharpest tools in the shed

Dan said...

They are SO CUTE! Do they whistle? Guinea pigs whistle, don't they? Or is that an old wives tale?