Adrienne Jacobs, 32, runs the Wild Things Sanctuary in Union Point, Georgia.
Rescued a litter of piglets and realized they'd been taken off nursing too quickly.
Piglets befriended a fellow rescue, a cat named Mac, and they all grew close.
Piglets started trying to nurse from four-month-old cat, and Mac let them.
Adorable footage shows the heartwarming moment some thirsty rescue piglets tried to nurse from a fellow rescue cat.
Adrienne Jacobs, 32, runs the Wild Things Sanctuary in Union Point, Georgia and she had recently rescued a litter of piglets from a breeder and realized they had been taken off nursing too quickly.
The piglets soon befriended a fellow rescue, a cat named Mac, and quickly became close and started taking naps together.
Then one day the piglets started trying to nurse from the four-month-old cat, and to Adrienne's surprise, Mac let them.
Adrienne said: 'Mac loves them, he begs them to cuddle up with him.'
In the sweet clip, the trio of piglets can be seen laying beside a rather relaxed-looking Mac - who is laying down with his head nuzzled towards them.
Following their nap together, another shot shows one piglet affectionately nibbling Mac's ear, before the protective cats puts his arm around its body.
Then, Adrienne jumps to footage from day four, and explains: 'For anyone wondering if the cat enjoys it - can you hear him purring?'
She continues: 'These are his best friends.'
'People keep asking, what's going to happen to this cuddle pile once the piglets turn into big pigs - and this is your answer.
At the end of the footage, the grown-up looking pigs can still be seen napping with Mac - just like when they were rescued and first introduced to their furry friend.