Saturday, 22 February 2014

Himi girls Rehomed 27/2/14

Mother and daughter.  REHOMED. 2-3 yrs old, a couple of sweethearts waiting for their forever home. Sadly piggies with pink eyes, white pigs in particular, are the hardest to rehome and stay in rescue far longer than other colours.  So many people seem to think the pink eyes are a problem or are scary - they are pink just because the pigment colour is linked to their coat colour.

Wilson and Mason Rehomed 1/3/14

Mason and Wilson - REHOMED - 17 months and 4 months.  Mason loves being uncle to little Wilson, these two play and chat all day.  Mason is a happy confident pig who enjoys cuddles and treats, Wilson is learning from him to trust people after coming to the rescue as a scared little baby.

Monday, 3 February 2014

Males 10-12 months

Males - currently under treatment, not yet available. - 10-12 months.  Pair of brothers.  Very cheeky and chatty.

Professor Lolipops and daughters.Rehomed 21/2/14

REHOMED. Professor Lolipops is a miracle mum here at the rescue.  She arrived with 2 two week old babies and was already pregnant with another EIGHT babies.  After a very long, difficult labour we had all 8 out alive, two weeks of round the clock support feeding for the babies, and some very low points where we nearly lost her tiniest baby Nigel, all 8 babies have made it.  The 6 boys are already finding new homes via the boar dating service.

Proffie is now ready for a forever home with her two daughters, now 4 months.  She is the most delightful little piggy, she and the babies are happily popcorning around their cage and wheeking for treats, just waiting for their happy ending with a loving family.

Ludwig and Pascal Rehomed 15/2/14

Pascal & Ludwig - REHOMED - 18 months and 2 yrs.  An experienced home please as Ludwig requires regular grooming.  He is a densely coated sheltie and the occasional haircut keeps him clean and tidy around his boy bits.