Greener on the Other Side

The pigs took advantage of the weather last weekend with an extended lawn mowing session. The first thirty minutes or so passed uneventfully as the girls did their best to convince us that they had been starved skinny.

The trouble started when Truffle became convinced that she absolutely needed to get to the patch located just outside the enclosure. It didn't take her long to find and exploit a structural weakness. Despite her deceivingly delicate appearance she can be quite forceful when she puts her mind to it. 

Within a few short minutes she was strolling around in the open, taunting Abby-Roo with her newly liberated status. (Not shown: Abby-Roo chewing indignantly at the grids, also intent on making a break for it.)

You know what the piggies say... the grass is literally always greener on the other side. 


  1. Yep. It's not a party until all the other pigs are there!

  2. Truffle certainly seemed to think so! And Revy has a funny habit of charging the camera.. she is convinced that it is harboring something for her to eat.

  3. Well hello there Revy, good to see you so...close. I like how Truffle ends up eating grass only a few inches away. I hope it made a big difference and was worth her effort!

  4. Your poor peegs! They've been starved all winter, lol!

    I love how Truffle still needed to be beside her friends before she started to chomp!

  5. LOL! The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

    Happy pigs in grass. There's not much better than that.

  6. I love the change in music when Truffle escapes! Your piggies are so cute!