Even while they delight in mud, it’s tough to repudiate that pigs are flattering damn cute. They’re also famous to be rarely intelligent and unequivocally clean; a sand is to strengthen their skin from a object and to keep cool, so it’s unequivocally practical! They also make good pets in a right environments, and for some people, they make so most some-more than a good pet and messenger — they can indeed save lives.
One of these lifesaving piggies is Hamlet, crony and messenger to Melanie Gomez.
Melanie Gomez, her human, loves her unequivocally much.
She likes healthy snacks…
…going for swims…
…and holding naps.
But Hamlet also serves a most larger purpose for Gomez.
When she was in college, Gomez was diagnosed with epilepsy, that causes seizures. Her condition continued to wear as she got older, and she went from carrying one or dual seizures a year to carrying 8 to 10 seizures a day.
“Daily activities became like climbing Everest to me,” she recounts.
Gomez’s father wanted her to have a messenger animal to keep her safe, though he was intensely allergic to dogs and cats. The solution? A pig, of course!
And that’s how Hamlet came into Gomez’s life.
Not usually did Hamlet’s cuteness move a grin to Gomez’s face, though she also helped her learn to conclude life once again.
And Hamlet’s enjoying her time with her humans, too.
“Hamlet came to me in a clearly destroyed situation,” Gomez says.
“She never left my side on my misfortune days and was always prepared to play. She’s a reason we took adult photography. we wanted to constraint all of a stupid adventures and share her extraordinary personality.”
These dual have a unequivocally special bond.
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“Hamlet saved me,” Gomez says. “My epilepsy taught me how thin life can be. Hamlet taught me that life is a pleasing present notwithstanding the frailty. we wish Hamlet’s photos move we as most joy, laughter, and adore as she’s brought me.”
You can see some-more of Hamlet’s adventures on Instagram.