FINE SWINES – These are the fashionable micro pigs whose cute wardrobe of fashionable outfits is guaranteed to make you squeal.
Cocktail waitress Lisa Roedel had a life long ambition to become the proud parent of a pet pig.
Her ex husband and her parents had always said no to the idea but now living independently and divorced Lisa took the opportunity to adopted a pair of American Mini Pigs called Pearl and Arnold.
The siblings can be seen to be living their best life with Lisa at their home on the highlands ranch in Denver, Colorado spending their days playing and dressing up.
One video even shows Arnold seemingly dancing by shaking his booty.
Lisa has spent thousands of dollars on more than 60 outfits for the 6 and a half old piggies, the cute images of their fashionable wardrobe has been hogging the spotlight on social media, melting the hearts of many people across the globe.
Lisa, 36 who hails from Denver, Colorado said:
“I had wanted a pig my whole life. My parents always said no and my ex-husband said no. Now that I’m divorced, I thought now is my chance!”
“About a week before my pig arrived, I decided I didn’t want her flying from Florida to Denver alone, so I asked if her brother was still available. His adoption had fallen through and he was! Both piggies were flown out as cargo in February. I picked them up, and have been in love ever since.
“They are a lot like dogs. They follow me and cuddle a lot. I take them for car rides to the park and to get Puppucchinos.
“The pigs love dress up, I have over 60 outfits for them now I’ve spent way too much on outfits, crowns, more props, a stroller, they own 10 different beds, and I keep buying pig stuffed animals for their pile.
“I have 3 kids that have outgrown the age where they let me pick out their clothes. Now I get to dress my pigs up and since they know they will get treats.
“ I caught Arnold shaking his butt on camera he was scratching his butt on a paddle board after getting out of the lake. Pigs wiggle their butt sometimes in order to get an itch they can’t reach.
“I’ve always wanted to catch one of the pigs doing this, but they don’t do it that often and I’m never fast enough with my camera, so I was excited.”