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Dogs and cats aren’t the only animals that can be rescued into a loving home! Pigs, smart and adorable, are often put into positions that are less than savory. Between factory farms and unfit parents, tons of pigs need a place to call home. Luckily, many rescue organizations exist that help get these pigs the life that they deserve!

1. Angie

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Angie was only a baby when she was rescued from a terrible situation and brought to live at Sleepy Pig Farm Animal Sanctuary. Although it took her a little while to warm up to her comfortable life, she has always loved climbing into the warmth of her parent’s sweatshirt and taking a little nap.

2. Buttercup

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Buttercup couldn’t even turn around at the factory farm where she was kept. She was living a life that no being deserved. When a person who worked at the farm saw the conditions, they decided to do something to save her. Then Ziggy’s Refuge stepped in to help Buttercup.

3. Arthur

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Todd Friedman was on a quest to start his own animal sanctuary. In a twist of fate, when he was touring a potential property, he found an abandoned piglet. Immediately, the two bonded, and the rest is history!

4. Lotus

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Not only is Lotus, this large rescue pig, beautiful, but she likes to make her house gorgeous too! She was originally living a life where she was used as bait for hunting dog training. When she was rescued, she fell in love with picking flowers and making her space pretty.

5. Mother Pig and her Babies

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This mother pig, Hope Apple Blossom, and her six piglets were rescued from slaughter by Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary. None of them had ever been outside until this very moment.

The stories of these five adorable rescue pigs serve as a heartwarming reminder of the beauty of compassion and the enduring bond between humans and animals. From overcoming adversity to thriving in environments filled with love and care, these pigs have proven that every life, no matter how small or unexpected, deserves a chance at happiness.

Sign this petition to save six rescue pigs who are losing their homes.

Best Things In Life Are Rescued by Tiny Rescue: Animal Collection
Best Things In Life Are Rescued by Tiny Rescue: Animal Collection

Best Things In Life Are Rescued by Tiny Rescue: Animal Collection

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