I know little pigs are cute, but teacup animals have some really big health It seems from a few articles I have recently read that there really aren’t any teacup pigs. It’s a scam.
Teacup pigs (also sometimes sold as micro pigs, pocket pigs and Juliana pigs) are a marketing scam reaching back at least two decades, if not more. It works like this: Breeders put up listings for teacup pigs, promising to sell petite porkers a pig that’ll stay permanently tiny. Buyers then pay anywhere from $750 to over $3,500 for their teacup pig. The buyer then watches as that tiny pig becomes a larger adolescent pig, then a very large, very non-teacup-sized hog.