This cute pig has won over the hearts of visitors and staffers at the Hawaii Polo Club.
If you visit the Hawaii Polo Club on the island of Oahu, you'll see some amazing scenery and beautiful horses roaming around the grounds. You'll also see the insanely cute feral pig named Wilma who calls the club home.
According to Maxx Phillips, Head Polo Groom at the Hawaii Polo Club, Wilma roams down the riding trails alongside her horse friends and visitors who instantly fall in love with her. Each day, she waits in the club's barn for her horse friends to join them for feedings in the club's pastures.
Connie Gause, the club's owner told the Huffington Post that Wilma is even included in the polo matches, where she stands on the field with the alongside the horses before a match.
While Wilma roams freely across the grounds at the Hawaii Polo Club, staffers have put a red harness on her so people will know she's a pet and not just a stray animal.
"Wilma was born feral in our far pasture which is across the polo field from our barn and down the beach," Maxx said. "We remember seeing her with all her brothers and sisters as small piglets, but one day, only Wilma was left. She started to squeal that first day when she was all alone, and then just followed us back to the barn with all the horses. She has been following us ever since."
So many people have fallen in love with Wilma that staffers even started her own Instagram page to document her daily adventures. If you want to make the trek to Oahu and visit Wilma in person, you can find out how to book a trail ride with Wilma at the Hawaii Polo Club website.