I love Keychain / Smartphone Stand by Shira (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1587568). My kids use to play YouTube while waiting in the restaurants and Shira's phone stands is very useful yet cute. This year (2009) is the year of pig in chinese calendar. Many friends of mine are asking for it as they thought Shira's project are related to Chinese zodiacs.
Then I found this cute 63 mm pig by F5DTaiwan (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2785202) and I try to blend their makes into this new Piggy Phone Stand as my attribution to Shira -- adding the zoo family members -- and F5DTaiwan for his cute pig.
I add a curly tail to it to hang the keychain, but I think it still need modification, or maybe depends on the printer's setting on that smalll curly tail :D
In addition I redesign the audio_plug_lanyard because I found Shira's too thin when I printed it directly without scaling. My audio plug has round ring just before the lanyard, so it needs support and it might be rough at that side after removing the support. I haven't try printing it vertically with the plug facing up, because I believe horizontal print will give more strength if you plug and unplug more often.
Edit : Piggy_newTail_fixed.stl is fixed by @stainedeagle because some people find error in their slicer apps. I edited with Meshmixer and FreeCAD and yes I see incompatibility between those 2 apps in building the mesh but finally I get useable output. I am printing with Creality Ender-3 and Cura slicer and I find it is rough at the curly tail I created. It seems like the meshes don't blend that well between the head, the flat part, the body and the tail and I am still trying to find out with another apps or maybe I just did it with wrong technique.
Print @stainedeagle build if you find error in your slicer app, but remember to downsize to approximately 5,5 cm x 3 cm. And also noted in @stainedeagle build, the tail position has changed.
No support needed for the piggy stand, but audio_plug_lanyard MUST USE SUPPORT.