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Steve McQueen & Teddy

Steve McQueen (9mo) was found running around an apartment complex when his previous owners let him loose after they didn't want him anymore. A good Samaritan found him and brought him straight to us! He has been doing very well since.

Teddy was surrendered to us back in January and is our longest resident. His previous buddy, Oz, passed away, but Steve stepped up to be Teddy's friend. Teddy is around 1.5 years old and is a very polite little gentleman.

Prince & Duke

These boys are very sweet, but are still a bit shy. They love to snuggle together in their pigloo castle and love their veggies. These boys will need a calm and quiet place to call home.

They love to spend time outside in the grass getting exercise and fresh greens! Prince is a 3 year old crested and Duke is a 2 year old Abyssinian. These boys have been at the rescue since February and would love a place to call home!

Darwin & Darwin

These two gentleman came in separately as singles, but what are the odds that they were both named Darwin and would bond!? Both boys are American coated and around 1.5 years old. The two Darwins are a pair of peas in a pod and are very mellow. You don't hear them make a peep too often (well, compared to the other residents!)


Honey arrived to us as a single piggy. We attempted to bond him with Bear, but he was too dominant for the pair. Honey would do best as a single piggy where he can get all the attention he deserves. Honey is as sweet as his name and isn't shy when it comes to pats and snuggles. Honey is around 1 year old and would be a great pig for someone new to piggy parenting.

Sugar & Spice

These girls are both around a year old, but are pretty social! They love to investigate what's going on around them. They're doing well in the community herd too!

Little G (right)

Little G is the only one left from the group of six that came in with mites. She is the head of the herd, but minds her manners well. She is living with other ladies and does very well. 

S'mores & Coco

These lovely ladies are ready for their next home. They were adopted previously, and were returned at no fault of their own. They are doing well living in a herd setting, and mingle well with all their friends. Coco is extra curious and you can always see her watching you as you fill water bottles or feed. S'mores is more laid back and reserved. She's a gorgeous crested girly.


Roo is a young girly who came to us on pregnancy watch. She was sold as a male from the pet store. Her unsuspecting owners brought her to us and adopted Bear to be their single boys' buddy! Roo has a slight head tilt from a previous ear infection. It was treated by her previous owners and she is doing great!