I got my pig a few months ago.
It is a very loving and friendly little pig.
She is about 6 weeks old and has been around for about 5 years.
I was shocked and delighted when I got the call and heard from the vet that she had a lung infection.
When I got to the vet, I went to pick up the pig and he was in an urgent need of surgery.
The vet asked me to wait on him until he could be transferred to the morgue for the lung surgery.
The pig was suffering from a serious respiratory problem and the only option was to do the surgery at the morgues.
He was going to have to have his lungs removed and then have his heart removed.
So I waited at home for a couple of days until he was flown to the hospital.
After I arrived, the vet checked on him and the pig was in very good health.
But the surgery had to be done in the morgo, so I went back to the vets office.
The doctor asked me if I could stay there for a while.
I said yes.
When I came back, he told me to put him down.
My heart sank.
He had to have this operation.
I didn’t know how he could survive.
The vet had to do this surgery in the middle of the night.
In my mind, I thought, if he survives, he will be fine.
I told him that if I couldn’t get to him in time, I would go and take him to the doctor myself.
I didn’t have a lot of time to spare, so we were both sitting in the waiting room.
Before the surgery, the doctor told me that the pig needed to be sedated.
That was a bit of a shock to me.
I asked him, “I have never had to sedate a pig.
Is this normal?”
He said, “It is.”
I said, okay.
Is this normal?
I’m going to do what I need to do to sediate him.
What did you think?
He asked me.
I told him, we are all humans.
I did the surgery.
He was taken to the emergency room and was given antibiotics.
I went home to see him.
I could tell he was really excited to be home.
When we arrived at home, he was so excited.
Once I got home, I sat on his bed, he slept on my lap.
I was worried that he might fall asleep.
I tried to calm him down but he was still so excited about being home.
The next day, he had his lungs out.
You can see that he had a huge improvement in his health.
When he was taken home, his lungs were filled with fluids.
For a week, he didn’t get a single infection.
I called the vet.
The vet said, he’s doing great.
The surgery was very painful, but it was necessary.
He had a heart valve removed and the lungs removed.
I was really happy to be able to see the difference in the pig’s health.
Now, I have a great heart and a great lung, but my lungs are still there.
The other day, I brought him to a friend’s house for dinner.
It was a beautiful day.
I had him sit on my knee and I held him, just to remind him to breathe.
I put my hand on his knee and told him to relax and relax.
When the pig got home and I saw that he was feeling better, I said, I am so glad that we had the surgery done.
I have just been really proud of myself for doing it.
Since the surgery was so difficult, I decided to do it again this week.
It was amazing.
I can’t believe I am still here.
It is wonderful to have a pig that is still alive.
I am glad that I did the procedure because now I can tell the world that pigs have a heart.
And pigs can breathe.