Antelope: Wendy is a 2 ½-year-old female potbellied pig who was dumped in the yard of her current caregiver. Her caregiver is now 79 years old and cannot keep her, and Wendy gets lonely, since she has no fellow potbellies for companionship. Wendy is friendly and does not bite but is a little nervous and shy at times. She would like a permanent home where she will be loved. If would like to welcome Wendy into your home, please contact her human friend DeAnna.
Contact: DeAnna | Phone: 916-410-1491 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cool: Melissa is seeking a home for Wedgewood and Shiloh, who were originally found living along the highway in Solano County. Both are neutered male Durocs that are 3.5 and 4 years old. Wedgie has always been really a fun, humorous, and social pig. Shiloh is very quiet and sedate, but friendly and loves to have his back scratched. He seems to have some difficulty hearing, seeing and walking. They have lived in a very large penned in area with big splash ponds and a large shed/house. They are very nice and friendly pigs, but both need to have their tusks trimmed, as Melissa can no longer afford care for them. Please consider welcoming these sweet and loving creatures into your hearts and home. Thanks for considering their adoption.
Contact: Melissa | Phone: 916-716-0477 | E-mail: email@example.com
Oakland: Boots is a male 9 month-old dwarf potbellied pig who weighs about 60-70 pounds. He is very friendly, gets along well with humans and other animals, and is housebroken.
Contact: Carol | Phone: 510-636-1055 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scotts Valley: American Wildlife Rescue Service is looking for a new home for Buster, their resident feral-mix pig. Buster was rescued as a piglet six years ago and now weighs around 300 pounds. He is neutered, in good health, and friendly towards people. For more information please contact Gary.
Contact: Gary | Phone: 831-335-3232
Whittier: A one and a half year old potbellied pig is in need of a home where she can receive the attention she deserves. Her caregivers took her in from a home where she had received lots of attention. They feel as though she has become depressed because they don’t have enough time to dedicate to her. She is kid-friendly and very sweet!
Contact: Kathy| Phone: 562-777-6787| Email: email@example.com
Cumming: Wilbur the potbellied pig is in need of a caring home. He is two years old and is neutered and current on his vaccinations. Wilbur is housebroken and prefers to split his time between indoors and outdoors. He also walks on a leash and follows commands.
Contact: Mima | Phone: 770-733-0934 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia: Matilda, a 3.5 year-old female potbellied pig, is in need of a new home. She lives outdoors at a country home, but her new neighbors are complaining about her rooting in yards and exploring garbage cans. She is spayed and up to date on her shots and weighs about 135 pounds. She can be slightly skittish but loves belly rubs!
Contact: Susan | Phone: 802-527-1525 | E-mail: email@example.com
Powder Springs: A sweet, large, and docile male pig is in need of a new home. Please contact Nina for more information.
Contact: Nina| Phone: 404-389-3722| Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
<Urgent>Glendale: Gordy is an intact male who is just over a year old. The family who has custody of him bought him from a farmer as a baby and hand raised him. They are unable to keep him and have considered selling him at a market. However, a friend of the family is helping them search for a good home. If you are able to help provide placement, please contact Kat as soon as possible.
Contact: Kat| Phone: 502-552-8339| Email: email@example.com
Randallstown: Smokey is a one year-old potbelly who needs a good home that can provide an area for him to root and explore. He is very affectionate and is litter trained, but he loves to dig and therefore his current home is unable to keep him. He adores having his back rubbed and always comes running when he hears his name.
Contact: Kim| Phone: 443-605-4505| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
<urgent> Marstons Mills: A seven month-old male pig, who is currently being housed at a feed store, is in need of a good home. His owner will not give him to anyone who intends to use him as food, but his current enclosure is very small and he needs a new home ASAP.
Contact: Linda| Phone: 508-280-5500| Email: email@example.com
Methuen: Buster is an adorable, 1 year-old black and white Hampshire pig. When he is fully grown, Buster will weigh around 500 – 600 lbs. Buster came to us as a stray when he was a piglet. Buster is extremely social, energetic, and smart. He has been clicker trained to sit and wait for his grain and has good manners. He loves getting belly rubs and sitting in his water trough when the weather is warm.
Contact: MSPCA| Phone: 978-687-7453 x 6113| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Methuen: Meet Alfie! He is an adorable little red and white Hampshire farm piglet. He was the runt of the litter and tugged at someone’s heart strings. Unfortunately, they had no place to keep him. Alfie will be fairly large when full grown and weigh about 500-600 lbs. He will need a good deal of space to root around and forage. His pen will need to be sturdy and strong with an enclosure that will protect him from the elements. Alfie currently loves to go for walks on leash and is being clicker trained to sit. His adopter should have some pig experience since he will need to learn his manners now while he is small and easy to work with.
Contact: MSPCA| Phone: 978-687-7453 x 6113| Email: email@example.com
Westfield: Good homes are being sought for a pig and three horses. The pig is a five year-old male who is gentle, healthy, and neutered. The horses are: a 15 year old ex-PMU mare who has trust issues named Dolly, a 20 year-old Morgan mare named Maple, and an eight year-old American Piant mare named Zia. For more information on them please contact Kosse.
Contact: Kosse| Phone: 413-214-2918| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackson: Two potbellied pigs and one goat are in need of a new home. Billy the goat is a neutered black male pygmy goat, born in 2003. Izzy and Baby are two 3 year-old female unsprayed potbellied pigs. Their shed can be given to their new adopter is desired. Home inspection and vet references are a must. If you have any questions or would like to visit them please call Shell anytime.
Contact: Shell | Phone: 732-886-5518 | E-mail: email@example.com
Corning: Onyx is a female miniature potbelly pig who is only 6 months old. She is very sweet and friendly towards everyone. She is still a baby that gets into mischief, but she will do anything for a belly rub or to have her back scratched. Onyx needs a loving home and a lot of attention from her new family. She has been wormed and is litter trained and harness trained. Due to her owner being at college, she needs someone who can care for her full time.
Contact: Kristine| Phone: 607-426-0232| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ithaca: Wilbur is a very sweet and personable one-year-old potbellied pig. His current caregiver took him in after he was given to a co-worker’s granddaughter as a “Christmas Gift.” He needs a loving, safe home, preferably one in which he would have piggy companions.
Contact: Julie | Phone: 607-272-8622 | E-mail: email@example.com
Tonawanda: Primrose is a female pig who was seized as part of a cruelty case in March of 2012. The owner had planned on raising her for food but failed to provide adequate care. Primrose really loves to interact and is very social with people. She was born in October 2011, and although she is not spayed at this point, she is up to date on her vaccines. For more information or to meet this happy girl please call the Erie County SPCA and ask for Sheila or Patti in the farm or send us an email.
Contact: Erie County SPCA| Phone: 716-875-7360| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tonawanda: Marigold is an adorable Hampshire-type pig who will grow to be somewhere around 700 pounds. She came to the Erie SPCA as a stray from Buffalo, where pigs are not allowed. She is still young and high-energy, but is settling down and learning a few basic commands. For more information or to meet Marigold please call the Erie County SPCA and ask for Sheila or Patti.
Contact: Erie County SPCA | Phone: 716-875-7360 | E-mail: email@example.com
Vermontville: Buckbeak is a Duroc farm pig, weighing approximately 400 pounds. He has been a family companion animal for six years and is neutered, funny, and friendly. His caregivers are relocating and cannot take him with them.
Contact: Amy| Phone: 518-354-2803| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Smock: Aleta is looking for a home for a bull and four pigs that she raised from birth. Ferdinand the bull is a two year-old Mini Scottish Highlander. He is very gentle and gets along well with his alpaca and llama friends. The pigs are all small and are: one Mule-Footed male, one Mule-Footed/ Potbelly cross female and two Mule-Footed/ Potbelly Cross males. They have all been together since they were born and are very social and loving. Due to an illness in the family they all need to find new homes.
Contact: Aleta | Phone: 412-760-3967 | E-mail: email@example.com
Ludlow: A family of four pigs in Vermont needs a new home. They are three females and one male, all around five years old. They were rescued and their current caregiver must relocate to California. The caregiver will provide a stipend and vet care for six months to a year. He would like to keep the family together in their new home. If you can provide a new home for this family, please contact Jerry.
Contact: Jerry | Phone: 802-734-3829 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Afton: Lucky is a very small one year-old spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated mixed breed pig. She was originally sent to a livestock auction with a group of feeder pigs, but was so undersized that she wasn’t sent to the butcher with all of her fellow pigs. Lorelei intervened and saved her from slaughter, but she is now in need of a new permanent home. She is small for her age and will probably not grow nearly as large as a typical farm pig.
Contact: Lorelei | Phone: 434-361-9214 | E-mail: email@example.com
URGENT! Charlottesville: Two potbellied pigs are urgently in need of a safe home! Paddy and Buddy have had some bad luck. First, the two were homeless; then, they ended up at a sanctuary for pigs that has been foreclosed. Rescuers must place Paddy and Buddy into a loving home as soon as possible. They are friendly and loving pigs. Both have been spayed/neutered, de-wormed, micro-chipped, and vaccinated. These two are closely bonded and are in need of a home where they can live together. If you can offer these two a forever home, please contact Lorelei.
Contact: Lorelei | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bellingham: A one year-old female potbelly pig is in need of a new home. Her name is Delirium, and her second story apartment home is not ideal for her. She is in need of a home with more space and a yard to explore.
Contact: Marissa| Phone: 253-334-7282| Email: email@example.com