"He sleeps in the house at night and helps us outside during the day," Parker said. "He has just started to play, doing spins, running and jumping. He will eventually be introduced to our 17 other rescued pigs so he'll have lots of friends to play with and will live a long, happy life with us."
Parker jokingly added that there is one thing about James that concerns her husband. "My husband is worried we will have a 100-kg pig living in the house still in a couple of years time," she said.
But it is pretty hard to say no to a face like James's.