# Flying pigs arrive

You’ve built pens for flying pigs. Being, well, flying pigs, they pick their own accommodation in full accordance to their preferences. Can you figure out what creature joined them?

• Pigs only occupy designated pens (marked with gray squares).
• There is a total of 7 pigs.
• The first pig arrived early and occupied the leftmost stall (as shown on the picture).
• Each fountain has exactly two pigs next to it: one in a pen that is separated from the fountain by a wall, and one that is not. Only vertically or horizontally adjacent pens are considered to be next to each other.
• Exactly two pigs are in completely enclosed areas.
• The pigs have a total of 18 walls adjacent to them. Walls shared by pigs are counted twice.
• If a pig were in the pen to the left of the bottom fountain, would that count as completely enclosed and having 3 adjacent walls? – Dr Xorile Sep 17 '19 at 16:23
• @DrXorile Yes, it would – Mariia Mykhailova Sep 17 '19 at 16:26

I think this is how to place the pigs

Deusovi mentioned correctly in the comments that determining the final answer has to do with

Furthermore, as determined by Luke Bickell in the comments, applying the logic that

Pens with pigs should have dots and those which don't shouldn't.