When in Provincetown, you never know what you're going to see. Luckily, a recent visitor to the Cape Cod town captured one of the odd yet endearing sightings on video, and it's certainly enough to make your heart squeal with pure delight.

The TikTok account for Cape Clasp, an ocean-centric jewelry and accessory company based out of Wood's Hole, shared a video from one of Provincetown's piers on Monday, as a woman walked the pier with her full-grown, chunky pet pig walking on a leash right next to her.

Think about this for a second. Imagine taking a stroll along the pier, minding your own business and enjoying the stunning views when all of a sudden, this woman and her adorable pet pig start coming in your direction. I don't know about you, but an interaction like that would certainly be the highlight of my day.

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From the comments on Cape Clasp's TikTok, it seems like this isn't even a rare occurrence around Provincetown. Various commenters noted that they have seen the pig and its owner out and about around town, and one even shared that the pig's name is Boomer.

Cape Clasp is known for sharing some pretty neat finds, both on water and on land, through short-form videos on TikTok. Back in June, founder Patrick Clarke introduced viewers to the magic of the whelk egg casings, and more recently, he shared messages from some pretty creative kiddos that had washed up in bottles along Juniper Point in Wood's Hole.

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