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    Hows everyones pigs going? We are down to 6 as a friend wanted 2 girls.

    I have come to realise i am allergic to them. I bought a house for inside and while i loved it and handled them more, i couldnt cope with the constant sneezing and itchiness that come with them so i moved my boys back downstairs the other day. Not sure what to do. I would be heartbroken to find another home for them as i love them so much but maybe finding a home where they get more attention would be ideal for them as i cant handle them now all that often?

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    Not good, we lost our Mummy Pig and now only have her daughter left, still don't know why she passed away, she just laid down and died. Her daughter is getting lots of attention though, as we feel for her and don't want her to be lost and lonely without her Mother!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Not good, we lost our Mummy Pig and now only have her daughter left, still don't know why she passed away, she just laid down and died. Her daughter is getting lots of attention though, as we feel for her and don't want her to be lost and lonely without her Mother!
    Sorry to hear that. Are you going to grt another one?

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    Thanks hon. I don't think so, I know Piggies are better off with a friend, but I just don't want to chance getting another one and it not liking her and they fight etc, so we'll just just stick with just her for now. As I write, she's laying on top of her hammock in the sun, she has the life, I'm jealous!

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    We ended up rehoming our piggies. I feel shattered about it but they are being cared for by someone who has more time for them and lots of help. I really miss my boy and one of the girls.

    I just have to remember we did the right thing by rehoming them.


 

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