Miley Cyrus has welcomed a new member into her family: A piglet named Bubba Sue.
As reported by Us Weekly, the Wrecking Ball singer went onto her Instagram account over the weekend to share several pictures of the new addition.
On Sunday, the 21-year-old Cyrus introduced her new pet to fans by posting a picture of her snuggling with the piglet along with the comment, "Newest member to the fam @bubbasue."
In a separate Instagram photo, Cyrus wears a vintage Bob Marley T-shirt as she puckers up to plant a smooch on the tiny pig.
And in another adorable shot, Cyrus is shown snuggling up with Bubba Sue on a seat in her private jet, accompanied with the caption, "Piggy on a pj."
Cyrus also posted a group photo of her cuddling Bubba Sue and her other recent addition, a collie named Emu, on the jet with the caption, "Happiest mommy ever."
As you may recall, Cyrus was devastated last May when her beloved pooch Floyd passed away while she was in Boston on her current Bangerz concert tour.
Part of her grieving process included posting a lengthy Twitter memorial to Floyd in which she stated, "I want everyone's heart to break the way my heart is breaking."
A few weeks later, Cyrus was seemingly recovered and smitten with a brand-new pup named Emu – whose arrival she shared with the world by taking a selfie with the pooch in the shower.
Of course, those keeping track of the pop star's animal menagerie will already know that Bubba Sue isn't the first pig to enter Cyrus's life.
Back in late 2012, the animal-right group PETA presented Cyrus with a pig for her 20th birthday.
Executive vice-president Tracy Reiman said at the time: "PETA knew that sponsoring a rescued pig was the perfect birthday present for a young woman who spends so much time encouraging others to help animals."
But at last check, that pig – named Nora – was residing at an animal sanctuary in Ocala, Fla.
Only Bubba Sue gets to ride in Miley's private jet, y'all.
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Source: The Guardian
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Source: The Big Lead
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