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My name is Curly!
I'm being cared for by
Asheville Humane Society
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Sign Adoption Contract

3.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Species
Pig (Farm)
Color
Age
Sex
Male
Pet ID
AHS-A-59618

My story

If you ever wanted to see pig that smiles, look no further. Curly is one of the happiest pigs we've ever met! He enjoys rooting in the dirt and the fresh hay; it's common for Curly to have hay on his head from rooting around in the stall! He loves to get special treats, like melon (he usually takes it back to his bed of hay to eat it). Curly also enjoys living with his pig friends. Curly is the biggest pig at the barn, weighing in at around 400 pounds! He's about 5 years old, and is neutered. While he certainly has a happy life at the barn with us, he is ready to put down some roots and find a home he can call his own. Email adoptions@ashevillehumane.org to find out how to adopt him!

Shelter

Asheville Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
AHS-A-59618
Contact
Address
Asheville, NC 28806

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Sign Adoption Contract

3.

Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

Come visit our adoption center to meet with our available animals and speak with our trained adoption counselors!

Go meet their pets

AHS Adoption Center (Adoptions & Retail Shop) Tuesday-Saturday: 10am - 6:00pm Closed Sunday & Monday 14 Forever Friend Lane Asheville, NC 28806 828-761-2001 Buncombe County Animal Shelter (for Surrenders, Strays and Reclaims) Monday-Saturday: 9:00am - 6:00pm Closed Sunday 16 Forever Friend Lane Asheville, NC 28806 828-250-6430

More about this shelter

Asheville Humane Society is about hope, not heartache. As Buncombe County’s critical safety net since 1984, we are always here to save and protect every animal. We have mastered the art of saving lives within our walls and now we are going even further, helping our community’s pets and their people thrive together. We are going beyond a no-kill community to ensure that each animal has the quality of life they deserve – a life worth living.