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This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia Kutcher is chatting the truth about potbellied pigs with the Marcia Christensen, President of the California Potbellied Pig Association. The California Potbellied Pig Association was founded in 1989, making it one of the oldest potbellied pig clubs in the country. It began with a few new pig owners in the San Francisco Bay Area getting together to discuss this wonderful new pet. From just a handful of people, this club has now grown to be hundreds strong from all over California, the United States and Europe. A non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about potbellied pigs as well as a referral rescue for pigs in need of new homes, Marcie explains that through the organization she has seen the full run of bad and unexpected pig experiences brought on by either irresponsible breeders or uneducated owners. Celia and Marcie go through the basics of responsible pig ownership and agree that in order to own a pig one has to have a great sense of humor! Tune in for a wonderful show! This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"You always have to think what can [pigs] they get into and what can they destroy, and stay ahead of the game." [18:55]

"Two pigs are much better than one... they do like companionship!" [21:40]

--Marcie Christensen on Animal Instinct


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This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia Kutcher is talking guinea pigs! Guest Laura Budean is a lover of all animals but explains that guinea pigs have always held a special place in her heart. An advocate for proper guinea pig care, she started volunteering and fostering guinea pigs for Helping All Little Things Guinea Pig Rescue and Have-a-Heart Guinea Pig Rescue in New Jersey, and fostered a vast knowledge of the piggies. Having owned guinea pigs for almost 20 years and dedicating time and resources to bettering the lives of piggies in her care, she shares with Celia important tips and tricks of having the happiest and healthiest guinea pig. What happens when a guinea pig "popcorns"? What should be in a guinea pig's cage? How smart is the average guinea pig? Tune in for great answers and a ton more! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"I honestly prefer them spayed and neutered because it tends to save a lot on health issues later on." [11:30]

"The hours that they don't sleep they tend to chew on hay and you can imagine what that produces - a lot of fiber!" [19:05]

--Laura Budean on Animal Instinct


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Barry Estabrook joins Katy Keiffer for this week's episode of What Doesn't Kill You to discuss his latest book, Pig Tales: An Omnivore's Quest for Sustainable Meat -- an eye-opening investigation of the commercial pork industry and an inspiring alternative to the way pigs are raised and consumed in America. Barry Estabrook, author of the New York Times bestseller Tomatoland and a writer of “great skill and compassion” (Eric Schlosser), now explores the dark side of the American pork industry. Drawing on his personal experiences raising pigs as well as his keen investigative reporting, Estabrook shows how these immensely intelligent creatures are too often subjected to lives of suffering, sustained on a drug-laced diet just long enough to reach slaughter weight, then killed on mechanized disassembly lines. It doesn’t have to be this way, and Pig Tales presents a lively portrait of those farmers who are taking an alternative approach, proving that it is possible to raise pigs responsibly and respectfully in a way that is good for producers, consumers, and some of the top chefs in America. Provocative and richly informed, Pig Tales is bound to generate conversation at dinner tables across America. This program was brought to you by EscapeMaker.com.

"97 percent of pigs raised in this country live in these horrific crammed confinement buildings where their feet never touch the ground and they never breathe fresh air or see sunshine." [15:00]

"Gestation crates will be relics of past -- they will be goners." [44:00]

--Barry Estabrook on What Doesn't Kill You


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