Rinoa, the American short hair: Very energetic, very talkative. She loves interaction but will not sit still if you hold her, because she really loves exploring. She will wheek for food and will greet you when you open the door. Favorite veg: cucumbers.
Maribelle, the long hair: More of a timid pig, who enjoys time spent in her hideys. She loves to cuddle and will almost always stay when you pick her up. She is not as talkative as Rinoa, but is absolutely just as lovable. She does need a little bit more maintenance for her fur, mostly the backside. Favorite veg: red or orange bell peppers.
When they have floor time, they will often follow each other around, run around in circles, come investigate what the humans are doing, and explore all the places they can. Rinoa is the "leader" of the two. They love food and human time, like most pigs.
Cage, feeder, hideys and water bottle come with pigs if desired, no extra charge.
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