17 Pig Pun Cartoons

I picked up my pig pen and drew some pig puns!

In this play off of a man recently receiving a heart transplant from a pig, we see a pig holding a man's hand, giving him his heart, by saying, "Science may have changed my brain, but YOU opened my mind."
Researchers hope the breakthrough may lead to life-long love.
In this pun on BBQ classic, pulled pork, we see a different kind of pulled pork: a pig being pulled quickly by a fast runner. This kind of pulled pork is perfect for vegetarians!
A little known fact: BBQ stands for “Bring Boar Quickly.”
In this pun on Andy Warhol, we see his iconic multicolored Marilyn Monroes, but instead of Marilyn, we see a warthog.
"Everyone gets to hog the spotlight for 15 minutes!" - Andy Warthog
In this pun on Pablo Picasso, we see his painting "The Dream," but the woman is a pig.
Forget pearls before swine, just put the pearls on the swine.
In this pun on George Orwell's dystopian novel Animal Farm, we see several animals line up at a pharmacy while the cat pharmacist tells them, "I'm sorry, your insurance doesn't cover that."
A frightening dystopian tale
In this pun on hog tied, we see a person running a race next to a pig, and they both cross the finish line at the same time. The person is hog-tied.
To be honest, I’d just be happy to vaguely hold my own in a race against a pig #2020fitnessgoals
In this pun on psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, we see Pigmund Freud, a pig therapist with his pig patient on the couch. Pigmund says to his client, "You are in love with your sow."
Thank goodness, we have survived #pigsinscience week.
In this pun on scientific method developer Francis Bacon, we see Francis Bacon (emphasis on bacon) as a pig.
Developed the scientific method, presumably in between rolling around in the mud and foraging for truffles #pigsinscience
In this pun on physicist Stephen Hawking, we see Stephen Hogking, a pig version of the famous scientist, presenting on his book: "A Brief History of Swine: From the Pig Bang to Watering Holes."
This one had me lamenting the fact that I hadn’t committed to “Birds of Prey in Science.” #pigsinscience
In this pun on Albert Einstein, we see Albert Swinestein, which is a pig version of the famous scientist.
#pigsinscience week continues!