About Merpig


Merpig grew up feeling bad about who she was


She didn’t fit in with the other land pigs and she didn’t fit in with the sea mammals.

When merpig emerged from the ocean and skedaddled into the mud bath with fellow piglets they laughed at her when they saw her tail and ran away.

When Merpig tried to join the seals on the rocks to sun herself and play with them they laughed at her and ran away.

Merpig found dolphins and tried to join them in their swims and games. But dolphins, porpoises, and whales shunned her because she was unique. Sure she was a sea mammal, but she was different.

Merpig went through her life alone for a very long time nibbling seagrasses and searching for family and friends who would accept her. Her land pig family had shunned her and the dolphin people who were her relatives did not acknowledge her as part of the family.

She felt very alone and very sad for a long, long, time.

But eventually, Merpig found her tribe.

Merpigs live together in a secret cove full of delicious sea and land fruits that fit the merpig physiology perfectly. And our very own Merpig found this cove. She found other Merpigs very much like her, but each one unique.

They were all different colors.

Some of them had pink skin or brown skin or green skin or blue skin or purple skin.

They had beautiful scales in a rainbow of colors on the lower halves of their bodies.

Some of them had peach fuzz growing on their skin on the top halves of their bodies and some of them had smooth skin that resembled their dolphin ancestors.

Some of them had flippers at the end of their forelegs and some of them had little piggy hooves. Some of them had big ears and long lashes. Some of them had short ears and blue eyes or green eyes or purple eyes or brown eyes.

Some Merpigs had long frilly tail fins and some of them had streamlined simple tail fins.

There were boy merpigs and girl merpigs and everybody in between.

And they were all beautiful just like she was.

And suddenly Merpig wasn’t alone any longer! And she felt happy to have friends who loved her and understood her, finally.

Merpig Understands You

Join Merpig in her special cove

Merpig invites you into this special secret cove where you can be whoever and however you are and be the beautiful you that you have always been but might have never acknowledged before.

You can be gay or straight, trans or sis gender. You can be old or young, any race or color or creed, but you are welcome to visit the Cove of the Merpigs.

You know how it feels to never be in the right place at the right time. You might be made to feel like you don’t fit in anywhere. But really you are you and you are beautiful the way you are.

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