Hamlet loves oatmeal. Unfortunately, that oatmeal is at the bottom of the stairs. Hamlet hates stairs. Why? Because Hamlet is a mini-pig.
The tiny pig (who already has a few Youtube hits under his belt) initially gives up on his tasty treat. But after he gets another sniff of his oatmeal he starts zigzagging his way down the stairs.
With one stair left, Hamlet the mini-pig throws caution to the wind and nose-dives straight into his bowl of oatmeal.
Hamlet’s journey down the stairs is cute, but turn up the volume a bit and you’ll see that this was no easy task for the mini-pig as he grunts and oinks his way down the staircase.
According to BestFriends.org, mini-pigs are all the rage at the moment but the site warns people not to thoughtlessly adopt a teacup pig. Why? Well, because they don’t really exist.
According to the website, mini-pigs are just small pigs who will one day grow up to be big pigs.
The website writes:
“You can call them teacup, mini, micro, or thimble, but the truth is the supposedly tiny pigs do not exist… People who think they are buying a pig that stays small are being fooled. Unscrupulous breeders are breeding pigs less than a year old, and by the time the litter is born, the parents still are only about eight months old and far below their full size.”
So don’t adopt a mini-pig. Instead, enjoy a video of a mini-pig on the stairs.