I'm not going to feel guilty about not feeding this pig because if his owners really cared they'd come looking for him. I've carried him home twice already, and told them he likes to hang out in our pasture. I'm not putting the muddy little porker in my car again!!! (He screams and throws fits when I pick him up and kicks and scratches me!) The pig in question is a 15-20# pot bellied pig younster that lives on the corner and has decided that he likes our place and our cows better than their pig pen with their other pig. The only thing I've done specifically for him is run the hose on the ground for a little while in a bare patch in the shade so he can have a drink and a wallow. (He's not big enough to reach the trough for the other animals.) As long as he has water will he be able to feed himself on pasture? I'm also not going to feel guilty if he gets hurt. While they are out there alone they all seem to get along alright. I've seen him posture (walk sideways?) at our cow (with calf) and she backs down, but if one of us is out there messing with the pig and distracting him then she runs up and rolls him. She has horns, but so far she seems to just be rolling him with the top of her head. It's kinds of scary to watch........looks like she could kill him. BUT.....I also told the owners that our cow doesn't like him and she could kill him. If they cared they'd come get him, right? The owners kids named him Pork Chop. I don't think that was their actual intention for him, but if he ends up living here, then that is his destiny. If they cared they'd come get him, right?