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Laying down in the pasture to see who approaches me first👀 #farmlife #pasturepuppy

♬ original sound – Knuckle Bump Farms

@knucklebumpfarms is a “small hobby farm in South Florida full of animals who absolutely despise education, and have a thirst for mayhem.” When the farm posted this adorable video on TikTok, it blew up.

This worker decided to lie down in the pasture to see which animal would approach her first. Not to her surprise, an adorable little pig came over making lots of noise and going to snuggle with her laying down.

“How did I know,” the worker kept saying as the pig snuggled up.

Not too long after, another pig came to get their share of snuggles too.

“I love how the oinks progressively get more and more excited,” one user commented.

“first piggie: human are u ok ? second piggie: are we cuddling over there ??,” another said.

Aren’t farm animals just the cutest?? Check out @knucklebumpfarms for more adorable content.

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