12 Jan Super Pig To The Rescue!
There’s a cool YouTube video out right now with a pig saving a baby goat from drowning, believe it or not. In the video, the pig saves a goat whose foot had become stuck at this underwater petting zoo.
I didn’t know underwater petting zoos exist, of course, but I guess pretty much everything exists nowadays, so I don’t know why I should be surprised…
Anyways, a YouTube user uploaded the video in September, and immediately it got a lot of play because, well, it’s just amazing. When you watch the video, I’ve got to say I am really impressed with how it all worked out and what came from it – it is definitely cool and touching to see that little pig swim over and save the goat from maybe drowning or at least being stuck for quite some time.
The uploader is actually catching some heat himself because more people are saying that he should have helped the goat on his own accord, instead of trying to just capture the video itself on YouTube and uploading it for fame.
But, since it all turned out OK anyways, I’d say we’re alright and that the pig can be seen as the hero instead of seeing the video uploader as the goat (no pun intended!). And with 7 million views and counting on the video itself, people have definitely taken to it and responded well to the pig saving the goat.
This reminds me of the time in King of the Hill where Bobby Hill saved a pig from drowning, too… not the same? Not even close? Ok, just checking, that’s the first thing I thought of, anyways 🙂
What do you think about this pig saving a baby goat? It definitely looks like he knew what he was doing and he did it on purpose when you watch the video. After all, that pig wasn’t just swimming aimlessly around looking to make friends; he had a specific goal in mind and went after it, and in doing so, saved that baby goat’s life!
We know pigs are smart and we know they know more than we think – maybe this is just more proof of how smart, wise, and nice pigs really are! Either way, somebody get that super swine a medal or something, he deserves a nice treat and a good snack for saving a fellow petting zoo member’s life in September!