California Potbellied Pig Association, Inc
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Miniature Potbellied Pigs
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Southern California Adoptions
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I am the shelter lieutenant for City of Long Beach Animal Care Services and am looking for some rescue help and information. Recently we have impounded a stray pot belly pig which we are now looking for placement. We believe she is around 1 year old, weighs about 55 lbs and is house potty-trained. Very sweet little girl and now we need to find her a home, as we cannot keep her here at the shelter. Does your organization take pigs then rescue them out? Do you know some other rescues or resources that might be able to help us find her a home? I have attached her picture, and look forward to hearing from someone! She is very sweet, loves to be pet, and loves attention! Any help or info will be of great use!
Contact: Heidi Poe Lieutenant, Animal Care Unit, Animal Care Services Bureau
Office: (562) 570-4882 Animal Care Line (562) 570-7387 Fax (562) 570-3053
We are looking for a rescue placement for our potbelly pig Elliot. He is geriatric and needs more care at this point than we are equipped to give. Our on-staff veterinarians are not pig experts and we would like to make him as comfortable as possible. He has outlived his 2 pig friends and we would like to see a better outcome for him. He is going on 15 years old. He currently stays here at our shelter in Irvine with our goat Dakota and 6 hens. If you feel you can help Elliot, please contact me for more details.
Contact: Shaina Norton Animal Care Specialist Rescue/Transport
949-724-7450 direct | 949-724-7740 shelter | 949-377-5674 cell | 949-724-7749 fax
CITY OF IRVINE/Animal Care Center, 6443 Oak Canyon Road | Irvine, CA 92618
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