Danji (DOB 02/23/13) sold as a teacup, weighing in at only 13 lbs at 6 months old,, un-neutered, and fed only a few kibbles of dog food a day, he was starving. Promised to be 40 lbs at his full grown size, now properly fed, he is now 180+ lbs and still capable of putting on more girth til about 5 years old. We recently picked Danji up, after a failed adoption. Pigs are prey animals, Danji's prey instinct was too strong, making him feel very uneasy around the family's young, very rambunctious daughter. Danji needs a quiet home, as most pigs do, he loves his outside time but loves belly rubs equally and there is a special forever home for him! No young children though. Please Contact us if you are interested in adopting a very lovable guy! http://www.vegaspigpets.org/Contact._us.php Thank you for your interest in adopting!
Vegaspigpets is a potbelly pig "breed specific" 501(c)3 federal non-profit organization with a network of volunteers supporting the health and welfare of all potbelly pigpets. We provide free education as to the specialized needs of potbelly pigs and provide free support to all current and prospective pig owners to assure the best quality of life for our pigpets! We also rescue and place unwanted, abandoned & abused pigpets in need of a new, permanent, loving home.
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