When Carey Webb first picked up her mini pig Kookie, she expected the cute little piglet to fit right into her subdivision home in Maryville, TN. She was in for a bit of a surprise.
Today, Kookie is 300 lbs. not so mini anymore!
Despite the pig’s enormous size, Webbfell in love with her giant pet and decided to open her home up to other pigs just like her. As time went on, Webband her husband took in several more pigs, including a little cutie named Piper.
Webband her husband were surprised by how smart their adopted pigs were. They were easy to train, lovable, and so well-behaved!
At one point, Webb decided to expand the family by adopting a Frenchie puppy named Keeva. They hoped Keeva and Piper would become fast friends, but it didn’t quite work out.
Would Keeva the Frenchie ever fit in with her piggy brothers and sisters? Scroll down to find out and let us know what you think in the comments below!
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When Piper the pig first met Keeva the Frenchie puppy, things didn’t exactly go as planned.
Carey Webb, the animals’ adopted mom, thought Piper would love to have a little sibling, but she didn’t seem happy with the young pup.
As time went on, Piper began to begrudgingly accept the new puppy.
Keeva, however, was an energetic little thing and really wanted a friend to play with!
Piper had other plans, like sleeping!
Webb felt sorry for the little pup and did a quick search online for adoptable animals.
To her shock, this sweet little piglet named Peanut was being advertised online as a “meat pig.”
Webb rushed to save Peanut and bring himto her home where he would be safe and comfortable.
Peanut and Keeva hit it off right away.
Clearly, the little pup was thrilled to have someone her size to pounce all over.
Peanut loved that he was no longer forced to spend his time in a tiny cage.
He also happened to love his new puppy friend.
The two rescues spend as much time together as they can.
Since Peanut will eventually grow to be a big pig, Webb doesn’t want him to get too used to being indoors!
Keeva and Peanut are living the good life and now even Kookie has finally jumped on the friendshipbandwagon!
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