My name is Charlotte!

Pig (Potbellied) for adoption in Georgetown, Kentucky - Charlotte
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Pig Rescue Mafia, Inc.

Facts about Charlotte

  • Species: Pig (Potbellied)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Female
Charlotte is a Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pig who lost her owner and ended up in a shelter. We saved her from euthanasia, hoping to find her a perfect forever home. We do not know Charlotte’s age, but she is an older pig (8-9 yrs old). We are told she was a house pig, so she would adapt well to an indoor outdoor pig. Charlotte currently lives outdoors, with a straw filled enclosure for shelter. Charlotte is a dominant pig who gets along with other pigs, dogs and cats. She is very curious and affectionate. We guestimate Charlotte to weigh around 225lbs. Charlotte will be spayed prior to adoption. ADOPTION FEE $100. APPLICATION AND HOME VISIT REQUIRED.
Pig Rescue Mafia, Inc. is a national foster based rescue. Each of our pigs listed are in the care of a foster family. You can apply to adopt by visiting our website Each applicant is required to provide vet reference, zoning information and allow for a home visit. Adoption fees are individualized for each pig. Each adoption fee, allows us to provide needed vet care to ready a pig to travel. Any remaining funds go towards helping the next pig in need.

About Pig Rescue Mafia, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Pig Rescue Mafia, Inc is a Registered Non Profit (not yet 501c3) dedicated to assisting unwanted pet pigs, exotic and farm animals, find forever loving homes. We work as a nationwide foster based rescue and rely on donations to provide needed vet care for animals in our care.

Our Adoption Process...

We require an adoption application, educational interview, home visit and meet and greet. Additionally adopters are required to show proof of zoning laws in their community and locate a specialized vet, prior to adoption.