We just have to get through our nail trim. I don't have a problem like my brother does. I'm looking on the bright side. We don't have to see the vet and have that probe stuck where the sun doesn't shine. I don't sit still on the scale either. I can't help it if I'm a bit high strung. Maybe I'll make it easy on the technician this time and be still so they can weigh me.
Don't worry about me. As I said, I didn't get hurt. My human spent a lot of extra time with me all day to make sure of it. He checked my legs, feet, abdomen and the rest of me to make sure. I don't have any tenderness and I don't have any problem running around or eating. I've never been one to jump out before, but my human says he's going to watch more carefully when he opens my door from now on.
As for me, my weight finally got over 2 lbs for the first time since I was sick. I'm up to 2.12 lbs! I thought our human was going to do backflips when he found out. The vet was not in today, so we didn't have to get examined. I decided to sit still to get weighed today, but no promises for next time. I'll think about it. I didn't struggle when they clipped my nails either and it didn't hurt. Maybe getting this done isn't so bad. Mr Bubbles didn't bite anyone either so that's good. We both can't wait to get our fresh grass this evening when it cools off. It was cut yesterday and watered very well last night so it should be delicious!
After what seemed like an eternity, he got up and fed us our veggies. We got fresh water, clean cages and all the outside grass eating time we wanted. We missed having our grass and ate our fill. He says that we get to go outside again tomorrow. We're so glad he's home now.
5 minutes in his freshly cleaned cage and Mr Bubbles does this to his bowl of pellets. He popcorned like he was proud of himself. What a clown! I love it! He has really blossomed since I got the other pigs and put him in the much bigger habitat. He's always been somewhat inactive and just laying around, but that's all changed now. It is very nice to see from him. He's more like Scruffy now
Speaking of Scruffy, that little monster did it again. I hook the latches on Sam and Dean's cage door to his while I clean their cage and he loves to grab it and unhook it to get my full attention. It's virtually impossible to ignore him. He even figured out that the treat I give him is a distraction and he doesn't fall for it anymore. I also usually keep an eye on it so I don't get hit in the head when the door falls, but this time he totally caught me off guard. Luckily the door is light and doesn't hurt when it hits me. It's so funny that I can't even get mad at him. Not that I could anyway I love my little guy way too much for that!
This morning I was able to get it from him when he removed the scraps of veggies I didn't eat last night and wouldn't you know it. It was empty. I did a nice little zoomie around it and how about that; he finally got the message. I got my veggies cut into pieces, although into bigger pieces than my downstairs neighbors and in my own metal pan. I'm so spoiled!