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My name is Limbo!

Pig (Potbellied) for adoption in Prosser, Washington - Limbo
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I'm being cared for by:
A Paw Up Rescue

Facts about Limbo

  • Species: Pig (Potbellied)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9744328

**This information is current - when you email you can rest assured we will email back within 24hrs., but usually within an hour of receiving your email!**The rescue support donation is not for the 'purchase' of a dog, but rather to cover the medical and other costs of all dogs in our care. Shelter support donations are NOT NEGOTIABLE for that reason. Please respect that and do not email us to ask. Without ongoing support and adoption fees, our rescue WILL CEASE TO EXIST!**No phone calls, EMAIL ONLY, AlphaMom33@aol.com to get an application, thank you for understanding.**

**These dogs are in foster homes, not a shelter setting; therefore we only accept appointments for those reasonably sure they WILL adopt the dog for which they are applying.**



This is Limbo. She was rescued from a tiny pen with moldy hay as her only shelter. She was being fed scraps of food and loaves of bread.

Limbo was not able to be spayed, so she is on sanctuary status, since we do not believe pigs should be bred, no matter how cute the babies are.

It's a very tough world out there for pigs already, and shelters and sanctuaries are overflowing already with them. Pigs are adorable, and often sold for upwards of $1,000 as infants, with instructions to 'underfeed' them so they 'stay small'. This only results in a malnourished pig. 

Pigs do not stop growing for up to 3-4 years of age, and even 'miniature' pigs can be up to 200lbs. and sometimes more.  They are actually miniature since meat or butcher hogs can be up to 1000lbs, but a 200lb. pig is going to be too large for an average home. 

Read more about this here: https://www.thedodo.com/whats-misleading-about-the-tea-843842300.html

Donations can be made to Limbo's care, email us using the link provided to find out how to do so.

 



**These dogs are in foster homes, not a shelter setting; therefore we only accept appointments for those reasonably sure they WILL adopt the dog for which they are applying.** 

The rescue support donation is not for the 'purchase' of a dog, but rather to cover the medical and other costs of all dogs in our care. Shelter support donations are NOT NEGOTIABLE for that reason. Please respect that and do not email us to ask.

 **No phone calls, EMAIL ONLY- Alphamom33@aol.com, to get an application, thank you for understanding.**



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