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Piggy's arrival to our farm (June 4, 2019) has certainly been a moonage daydream, as we can't really believe it's happened!
Surrendered to the ARL, Piggy's history is unclear. It is believed that she was neglected - not properly trained or cared for. Now that we have this sweet lady, we have become dedicated to her socialization and well-being.
Since her arrival, her personality has begun to shine through more and more. While she is still fearful of humans, her love for all other animals is apparent. So far, Piggy has gotten along with the other pigs and dogs, and has tried to make friends with the horses that aren't afraid of her.
We look forward to seeing Piggy's progress as we continue her socialization.
To help mange this superstar by sponsoring her career, please feel free to call or message us!
PIG FLOYD (formerly and currently called Bubbles)
Pig Floyd isn't currently flying through the sky with thousands of people adoring her below, but we hope to have her up that standard soon!
"Bubbles" was found wandering the railroad tracks outside of Reading, PA. Her ears had been severed off, and her front right leg, broken with a blunt object. Mites had taken nearly all of her coat and she had resigned herself to death. When the ARL found her, they brought her to their facility and treated her for mites, but were unsure if there was anything they could do for her leg.
Upon her arrival at our farm (June 4, 2019), our hearts broke. Naturally, Bubbles is unsure of people, and she is probably still in a fair amount of Pain. She struggled to hobble around and spent most of her days sleeping.
Though we still have quite some ways to go as far as care is concerned, Bubbles has already begun to make a recovery. She has started to allow us to pet her (from an arm's reach), she hobbles over to us for food, and snorts with delight when we enter the pen (instead of squealing and hiding).
Bubbles will need several surgeries and a sponsor would be greatly appreciated. After all, she's not just another brick in the wall.
What can we say about Amy. She adores the crowd. The first day at our facility (June 4, 2019), she rolled over for belly scratches.
We were told Amy was also part of an abuse and neglect case. She however, was socialized at the ARL because she was still the friendliest of the 3, and because of this, we believe that she was a family pet that grew too big, or, the family were simply not prepared for.
Amy has captured the heart of many of her fans and is currently the top-hog. She can be a bit pig-aggressive, but with time, that should subside. After all, the three pigs should be best friends, right?
Amy would love to have a sponsor!!