I have a litter of 4 5 week old hoglets, next week they will be moving into the nursery. Anyway the one boy, the runt, I plan on keeping for breeding (Theodore). He is very small, half the size of his sisters. Next week he will be in his own cage, and I will be able to see his eating patterns. Is there a really fatty food I can feed him? He will hopefully be getting his first "date" with Eleanor at the end of October, I just don't wont him to be too small. I don't want her to be able to hurt him, or him not be able to provide his whole potential. When ever I check on him he is usually sleeping. I take him out for about 45 minutes each night to give him some wet kitten food and mealies. I want him to be as healthy as possible. He has beautiful facial markings (two thin badger striped going up his forehead with full mask) and a set of dark grey quills. Theodore's front paw is completely pink, and the other front one appears to be "dip dyed" it has a line dividing the pink from brown. I want him to pass down his beautiful colors and personality, but only if he is healthy.