Three Hundred Æsop's Fables/The Porker, the Sheep, and the Goat
THE PORKER, THE SHEEP, AND THE GOAT.
A young Pig was shut up in a fold-yard with a Goat and a Sheep. On one occasion the shepherd laid hold of him, when he grunted, and squeaked, and resisted violently. The Sheep and the Goat complained of his distressing cries, and said, "He often handles us, and we do not cry out." To this he replied, "Your handling and mine are very different things. He catches you only for your wool, or your milk, but he lays hold on me for my very life."