As weird as it seems, Octomom Nayda Suleman is thinking about getting a pig to entertain her brood of 14. Needless to say lots of questions have popped up in the newsroom regarding this story. (Like how many kids can a pig suckle anyway?)
Here’s the latest:
For a couple of years, the kids have been asking for a dog,” Suleman said. “I’ve actually been looking into a pig, like a little one.”
Suleman, 33, gained notoriety after giving birth to the world’s longest-living octuplets on Jan. 26 at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center. Suleman is single, unemployed and already had six other children younger than 8. She was supporting the family using food stamps, disability payments and student loans.
Since the news of her unusual family broke, Suleman has cashed in on her fame, selling interviews and photos for undisclosed sums.
She recently purchased a $564,000 house in La Habra and has been seen shopping for designer clothes in Los Angeles.
Suleman said if the family were to buy a pig, it would wear a diaper and live primarily outside because of the smell.