WATCH: Wild boar trot out into new home
These wild boar have been causing a stir roaming the fields, gardens and roads around Staffordshire.
But now they are safe in their new temporary home after making their own way onto a farm.
The wild boar made their way into Bleakhouse Farm, Ironstone Road, on Easter Sunday.
WATCH: Wild boar find new home
And the inquisitive group immediately started raiding the stock cupboards on the site.
A pen has been built to house them while farm staff ready a Facebook campaign to pay towards their keep.
Sally Bradshaw, who runs the farm, said: "Nobody wants to know and we've got them now.
"The boar have made themselves up here – there's seven piglets and one has been run over it seems."
Sally said she believes the animals had been dumped.
She said: "We're going to put details on Facebook to help keep them by spending £2 for pig food.
"Everyone is passing the buck – they say they belong to us now because they're on the land.
"The mother is very friendly. She's been having a tickle and the piglets, they're around eight to 10 weeks old."
It is believed the male boar is still roaming the area and search is ongoing.y.