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Orphan Piglet Adopted by Pit Bull
A New Jersey piglet named Fate has been legally adopted by a pit bull, according to custody records obtained by The Fluffington Post.
Paperwork filed February 5, 2015 name Chronic the new legal guardian of the orphaned piggy, who misplaced his parents over Christmas break.
“He has eight siblings,” says Trisha Cornwall, a source close to the situation. “I don’t think his parents will even notice he’s missing.”
Meanwhile, Fate and Chronic have been getting along swimmingly.
“There’s a lot of cuddling, I’ll just say that,” says Cornwall.
Goat Reconsiders New Hairstyle
By Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent
There’s never been a more adventurous era in men’s fashion and grooming, and Wisconsin goat Billy wanted to get in at the forefront of an edgy new look. He told his barber to go wild.
“Billy came back and I laughed so hard, I fell out of my chair,” said Bob Barthwait, a source close to the situation.
“Apparently the barber told him that this was the avant garde look for Parisian goats. I’m not sure who he’s trying to impress here on the farm, but I don’t think ‘blonde bombshell’ is the right look for him.”
Hedgehog Heiress Funds Art Museum
Calico the hedgehog, heiress to a vast toilet paper tube fortune, has announced plans to build a new art museum in Philadelphia, PA.
The museum has been designed by famed architect Rem Koolhaas and will feature artworks by all the great hedgehog masters. It will also contain a special wing of artifacts from an ancient tribe of Māori hedgehogs.
“Calico has been a collector for years,” said museum curator Alison Kerny. “She’s amassed this amazing collection, but had no way to share it with the world. At the same time, most museums aren’t really designed for hedgehogs. They’re just too big.”
Calico’s museum is slated to open in 2017.