Woodrow has officially hit puberty, and he's been kind of a sassy little jerk. I added the 2x2 extension back onto their cage and basically turned it into a hay barn. The next step will be to build the same setup above and give Truman and Roosevelt some extra space.
Star-Lord and Rocket's cage got some more storage space added, as well as a space to put a bed for Elinor, our pug. They will stay in their 2x4 for now, as they seem to be doing well in it and they like having their loft to run onto and hide under. Rocket has one more day of antibiotics for his suspected URI.
Star-Lord and Rocket
Roosevelt and Truman
Baby Woodrow, the not so little guy anymore. He will be 5 months old in January and weighs 850 grams. The top photo was 8 weeks old, the bottom was taken yesterday. He's such a man-pig now *sniff*
He's still such a cutie though.
I love the way you have the cages set up.
I've been racking my brains trying to figure out how to make their room bigger so I can make their cages bigger, especially Flossie and Scatter. I need to be able to move Flossie around more often to prevent the urine scald that keeps popping up because of her lack of mobility. Then I run into the problem of trying to keep her from developing sores from dragging her foot/leg around. Kinda danged if I do and danged if I don't.
We've upgraded the cages. Again. Roosevelt and Truman got their 2x2 extension added on.
I'll go out on a limb and say they are enjoying the new space.
Baby Chunk...aka Woodrow, will be 6 months old in February, and he breached 1000 grams. Still as mellow and sweet as ever, when he's not rumbling around like an awkward teenager.
Annnnd...another cage upgrade, with cameo from Elinor...
Because we've added a new friend. He's not a pig, but we love him just the same. This is our new house bun, Finnegan.
Hope every one and piggies are doing well :)
I wanted to name him Fillmore, keeping in line with our US President trend. It was vetoed though.