Our sanctuary is a forever home for all animals we rescue. This means that they not only live the rest of their lives here at Piggins and Banks, but they are buried here as well. The memorial area which serves as their final resting place is Tulip’s Meadow (named for Tulip, the first pig that passed away at the sanctuary).
Whenever an animal passes away here, they are cremated and their ashes are buried in the ground at Tulip’s Meadow. Their final resting place is then marked with a natural rock headstone found on the property with their name carved into it.
Please enjoy this brief video tour of Tulip’s Meadow given by our executive director Aaron Riddle (Head Hog). 🌷🐷
Help Support Our Mission
We depend on the support of kind-hearted people to help ensure our sanctuary can cover all expenses related to operations. Please consider making a small donation or even sponsoring them as a virtual pig parent. All donations make a positive difference in the lives of our pig residents.