Kune Kune Pig
This small breed of pig from New Zealand has thick hair and wattles known as ‘piri piri’ hanging from the lower jaw. They are highly intelligent with a placid and friendly nature, which means they can be trained easily. Pigs are omnivores using their strong snout to forage in the ground.
Lifespan: 15 years
Kune Kune means ‘fat and round’ in the native Maori language of New Zealand.
Piggle and Wiggle are both females, known as sows. Both enjoy a good back scratch but Wiggle especially loves her belly being rubbed. Both were born in 2006.