Animals

Porky

Porky

Potbelly PigRescued January 30, 2021 Porky came to us from a loving family that could no longer keep him due to housing requirements from their landlord. He is a very large pig but a gentle soul that likes to take it easy and enjoy the relaxed piggy lifestyle. (Learn more about his history: Porky the Pig Finds a New Home at Piggins and Banks)

Gloria

Potbelly PigRescued January 24, 2021 Gloria was captured in the wild by a good samaritan after escaping a neglect situation. She is a true survivor and is fortunate to have a loving forever home here. While her body shows many scars and blemishes from her horrible past, she has lost much of her shyness from when we first welcomed her and is now a very friendly pig. (Learn more about her history: Escape Pig Given Second Chance by Piggins and Banks Pig Sanctuary)

Fern

Potbelly PigRescued January 19, 2021 Fern was brought to Piggins and Banks by Sussex County Animal Services in the Richmond area as a bonus pig rescue (she tagged along the trip with Bruce and Onyx). She is a sweet piglet who took right to the routine at Piggins and Banks of knowing when mealtimes are and how to get on our good side for a treat! (Learn more about her history: Sussex County Animal Services Brings Three Pigs to Piggins and Banks)

Onyx

Mixed Breed PigRescued January 19, 2021 Onyx was brought to Piggins and Banks by Sussex County Animal Services in the Richmond area with his brother Bruce. He is a large, gentle pig. His thick black fur is so soft. He is friendlier than Bruce and will come right up to you for a treat and a scratch on the head. (Learn more about his history: Sussex County Animal Services Brings Three Pigs to Piggins and Banks)

Bruce

Mixed Breed PigRescued January 19, 2021 Bruce was brought to Piggins and Banks by Sussex County Animal Services in the Richmond area with his brother Onyx. He is a large, gentle pig and loves to scratch his head or rump on tree trunks. (Learn more about his history: Sussex County Animal Services Brings Three Pigs to Piggins and Banks)

Hulk

Potbelly / Mixed Breed PigRescued January 10, 2021 Hulk came to live with us thanks to the Harford County Humane Society in Maryland. He is an un-neutered male but is the absolute sweetest boy pig we have ever met. He is a talker and loves to oink and chirp when you enter his pen. He takes treats gently and is a big ole teddy bear. (Learn more about his history: Harford County Humane Society Helps Three Pigs Come to Piggins and Banks)

Zelda

Potbelly PigRescued January 10, 2021 Zelda came to live with us thanks to the Harford County Humane Society in Maryland. She is a big girl…but very sweet and gentle. She loves to be pet and has a slow, but steady, approach to her day’s activities. When taken in by the Humane Society she was very overweight, but is already starting to lose some pounds after being given a nice outdoor area to root and roam around in. (Learn more about his history: Harford County Humane Society Helps Three Pigs Come to Piggins and Banks)

Link

Potbelly PigRescued January 10, 2021 Link came to live with us thanks to the Harford County Humane Society in Maryland. He is very outgoing and loves to be very close to you when in the pen. He is also a “food hog” in that his mouth is always open expecting a treat whenever given attention. (Learn more about his history: Harford County Humane Society Helps Three Pigs Come to Piggins and Banks)

Rootie

Kune Kune Mix PigRescued December 27, 2020 Rootie (daughter of Betsy) is a go-getter! Her father was a Kune Kune so she has that outgoing Kune trait in her blood. She will come right up to you to see what is going on and is right in the thick of things with the rest of the herd when it’s mealtime. (Learn more about her history: Mother and Daughter Pigs, Betsy and Rootie, Welcomed to Piggins and Banks)

Betsy

Potbelly PigRescued December 27, 2020 Betsy is the mother to Rootie. She is a standard black pot belly pig that was rescued from an animal abandonment case in Mingo County, WV, Betsy was a little standoffish at first, but now takes treats gently and has made her presence known with the other pigs. (Learn more about her history: Mother and Daughter Pigs, Betsy and Rootie, Welcomed to Piggins and Banks)

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