Happy and free at Farm Sanctuary, most of our rescued pigs are very active and love to explore the outdoors, root in the dirt, graze on wildflowers, and wade in the pond. But like most animals, they do love a good nap and many choose to while away lazy afternoons nestled in the straw. When it comes time to settle in, the pigs first make comfy beds by picking up flakes of straw in their mouths and moving them to create big puffy piles. In our Animal Photo of the Week, photographer Jo-Anne McArthur captures Terrin in the act of building her nest, a tuft of straw lingering on her cute snout, before lying down for sleep. Ah, to be a rescued pig is a joy indeed!