For piglets in particular, the merits of socialization have actually been scientifically studied as beneficial to their behavior throughout their lives. Having exposure to people and different surroundings cuts down on any anxiety issues that might arise.
The rest of the comments are people genuinely jazzed and tagging their friends and family to check out the cuddling opp. An animal sanctuary in South Carolina posted on Facebook looking for volunteers to socialize, talk to, and feed pigs.
One person responded that she'd love to volunteer while she visits family toowoomba escorts and babes town, even if it's just for a day. If you've ever cuddle to cuddle pigs for a good cause, looking is your DAY. Socialization of the piggies requires belly scratches, feeding them cookies, and talking to the piglets, which TBH, sounds just as fun for the "emotional support" human as it would be for the pigs.
I would love to have a conversation with a pig! The comments on the post are legit delightful, and probs the purest corner of the internet you can find today.
The socialization is an attempt to get the pigs ready for adoption. An ad posted on Facebook cudddle a South Carolina rescue farm is seeking volunteers to socialize about rescue pigs to get them ready for adoption, according to The New York Post.
Honestly, even if they weren't, how rare is it to get to hug some potbellied cuddlebugs for a good cause? Like, how is each new task somehow more joyful than the one? So far, LOTS of people have expressed interest in playing with the piggies, because of course they have??
The pigs were rescued from a "horrific hoarding situation in Kentucky," per reports. You Might Also Like.
Apparently, piggies are also way lookibg to house train than dogs, the Executive Director of the Cotton Branch Farm Sanctuary told reporterswhich makes them a prime animal to adopt.