@estherthewonderpig Esther The Wonder Pig

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1 hour ago

All I want for Christmas is for people to be kind to animals.

3 hours ago

Can’t you just stay home and snuggle with me?

6 hours ago

It’s happening again, Cornelius and his friend know my dad’s a sucker. He’s probably looking up patterns for “chicken accident prevention devices” as we speak.

10 hours ago

Sometimes art is so beautiful it renders me speechless.

12 hours ago

Good morning, beautiful.


Second dinner is late, and I’m not happy about it.


This is the only way you should dress a turkey this Christmas.


Good morning, my friends.

2 days ago

Sometimes I pretend I’m sleeping so I don’t have to answer the door when somebody pops-by unannounced.

2 days ago

It's super pretty outside today.

2 days ago

Good morning, beautiful.

3 days ago

While visions of baked-goods danced in her head.

3 days ago

I'm so happy it's the weekend.

3 days ago

It's important to get outside and get some fresh air, that's why I took my grandma for a walk today.

3 days ago

Pizza is like a little slice of happiness.

3 days ago

Mr. Jealous Pants doesn’t like when my dad fusses over me instead of him. He’s so sensitive.

3 days ago

Can you make a “no dogs on the couch” sign? I don’t want to be covered in hair every time I lay down. #ThrowbackThursday

4 days ago

When you look so good you cause a traffic jam. #ThrowbackThursday

4 days ago

‪Stay cozy, my friends. #BabyEsther #ThrowbackThursday

4 days ago

Good morning, beautiful.

4 days ago

Happy Anniversary, my friends. On this day in 2013 we posted our first picture of Esther on Social Media, thinking no more than a few friends and family might see it. Little did we know, we had started something that would forever change our lives. Within 80 days Esther's page exploded to over 100,000 followers. We were living in the city at the time, and Esther was an illegal "pet" so we knew we needed to move. We decided to launch a crowdfunding campaign, and you helped us raise over $440,000 in 60 days so we could open "Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary". We gave up our jobs, packed up our things, and moved to the country to start a new life. All because we fell in love with a pig. Esther has this uncanny ability to bring out the best in people, and give them the confidence to try things they never thought they could do. She gives people a reason to smile on days they didn't think they could, and laugh at whatever antics she's getting up-to. Her joy for life -and cupcakes- is infectious, and it's changing lives all over the world. We call it "the Esther effect", and it's only getting stronger with time. To anyone who knows her, Esther is a "Wonder Pig" in every sense of the word. But when you take a second to think about it, all of sudden you realize she's no different than the millions of other pigs that nobody will ever see. They'll never run through the woods, sleep in a warm bed, or know what it feels like to be loved. But Esther gives food a face, and a personality, and makes it impossible to ignore something we all know in the back of our mind. She is showing us that we can do better. We hope today that you'll take a minute to ask yourself if you can do better too. We have so many alternatives these days. Alternatives that are better for us, the environment, and of course the animals. It may seem daunting at first, but if we (Steve and Derek ) can do it, anyone can. All you need to do is let the smiling face of a pig named Esther be a reminder that you can do anything if you try. Sending our love, and best wishes. Xoxo Steve, and Derek. "From a tiny spark may burst a mighty flame." -Dante

5 days ago

I’m so tired, but I’m probably gonna be hungry soon so I can’t go to bed yet.

5 days ago

I need a bigger bed, and in a perfect world it will live in a beach house in Florida.....with me.

5 days ago

My dad finally said I’m old enough to wear lipstick, but I don’t think I did it right.