I think we will call this one "Seven" as in Seven of 8, like a borg. His striping actually connects and goes across the back of his neck, but it wasn't apparent in this picture from the video.
Most of the pigs are dark in color. Some have cream or red and black tortoishell-type markings and a couple of others have reverse agouti colors near the head. One of the black ones is abby-ish w/ ridgeback hair, the rest are american smooth coat. The one that has cream and black, has split color on it's nose and is dark on his butt with cream polka-dots.
They're so cute when they all bunch up in the corner. Eight little piggies popcorning and being wiggy. One little guy popcorned so hard yesterday he jumped himself about a foot across the cage.
The little ridgeback likes to follow momma all around the cage, wherever she goes, there he is right behind. He knows where the food is!
I'm now a grandma at 32 y/o! He he.
I think I'm in the running w/ Erin. We now have 31 pigs in this house!
I've got Maggie, Amelia & the little girl together. Thomas & Eddie together. Will try DaVinci and Steiner together and see if that works out. And the 7 boar babies together.
I'd love to post more pictures, but my dig. camera has crapped out, so my only option is the video cam, which is a pain with the power cords and such.
Help! I still need names for some babies. 4 boys and 1 girl - all or mostly black. They are really hard to tell apart as they lack any distinguishable markings.
Boar#1 - Seven of 8
Boar#2 - Reagan
Boar#3 - Gordon Jr.
Sow#1 - (this one needs to be special as she was the only girl out of both litters)