When you envision Bae, you should see a mini pot belly pig mixed with a rhino. Both provide her with a physique to adore. The rhino gives her a blue tinted color to dazzle at. The piggy half gives you the cutest personality and size. Bae is about 4-5 years old and a petite 45 lbs; she admits that maybe 5 or so of those lbs are considered extra surface area for petting. She is the perfect balance of calm and playtime. Bae came to TPR after she was found by an officer abandoned and alone. Clearly, Bae was kept outdoors her whole life and used for profit- as a breeding machine. This little girl came to us defeated, tired, and with an empty heart. With the first show of human love and affection, Bae began to blossom. No kidding. This little piggy snorted with joy and wiggled her but into endless circles. She rolls right over and shows you that pot belly to rub. A simple make over and a home will make Bae the most elite of models. She is ready to be a spokeswoman for all those suffering the past she endured. Bae needs a foster or adopter. Unfortunately, with the speed of her resscue and no available foster homes, she went into boarding. A home with no other pets would be ideal for this little Bae. However, she is open to negotiating terms for having a furry roommate as long as introductions are slow. Bae never experienced the life we know she deserves. Please consider giving this rhino piggy a home!
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