Pigs

Peter Curleytail

Mangalitsa / Kune Kune Mix PigRescued April 4, 2021 Peter was born to be a pig sold for meat. A supporter of Piggins and Banks (wishing to remain anonymous) purchased him from a local farm. Instead of keeping the pig for meat, the supporter brought Peter to Piggins and Banks to live a fully, healthy, and happy life. Being a Mangalitsa pig, Peter will grow to be at least 300lbs in size! He will have curly, soft hair almost like a sheep. (Learn more about his history: Easter Pig will NOT be a Ham Dinner: Gets a Chance at Life)

Journey

Potbelly PigRescued March 28, 2021 Journey came to us from the town of Berryville, Virginia…only 45 minutes away from our location. Her owner passed away after battling cancer which left Journey in search of a new home which is how she came to live with us. She is a very calm and sweet mannered pig…and absolute delight to be around. (Learn more about her history: Rescued Pig Doesn’t Have to “Journey” Far to New Home).

Pixie

Potbelly PigRescued March 12, 2021 Pixie was a piglet when she was left on the doorstep of a kind animal lover in Woodbridge, VA. After nursing her to good health, they knew Pixie would do best if she came here to live at Piggins and Banks. Pixie was accepted by her step-mother Madison as one of her own. (Learn more about her history: New Piglet Accepted into Madison’s Family at Piggins and Banks).

Reggie

Mixed Breed PigRescued March 7, 2021 Reggie came to use with his friend Bailey and is the “smaller” pig of the two. He is more timid in personality, preferring to let Bailey do the investigating, while he keeps his distance. (Learn more about his history: Virginia Pig Sanctuary Gives Aggressive Male Pigs a Second Chance)

Bailey

Mixed Breed PigRescued March 7, 2021 Bailey came to use with his friend Reggie and is the bigger pig of the two. He is very smart, inquisitive, and of this writing, quite aggressive due to not yet being neutered. He can be sweet and will let you rub him on the head for a nice scratch when he feels like it. (Learn more about his history: Virginia Pig Sanctuary Gives Aggressive Male Pigs a Second Chance)

Tulip

Potbelly PigBorn at Piggins and Banks Tulip is the female pink-colored pig of Madison’s piglets. She has no markings or coloring and is completely pink all over from head to tail. (Learn more about her history: Madison, Our Rescued Pregnant Pig, Gives Birth to Piglets)

Kasey

Potbelly PigBorn at Piggins and Banks Kasey is the female black-colored pig of Madison’s piglets. While very hard to tell apart from her brother Mo at first glance, he is all black in color, while Kasey has a slight white marking on her front white leg. (Learn more about her history: Madison, Our Rescued Pregnant Pig, Gives Birth to Piglets)

Mo

Potbelly PigBorn at Piggins and Banks Mo is the male black-colored pig of Madison’s piglets. While very hard to tell apart from his sister Kasey at first glance, he is all black in color, while Kasey has a slight white marking on her front white leg. (Learn more about his history: Madison, Our Rescued Pregnant Pig, Gives Birth to Piglets)

Tiny

Potbelly Pig Born at Piggins and Banks Tiny is the largest of Madison’s piglets. From birth he was the biggest and his size has always made him stand out. He also looks the most like his Mom as he bears some of the same facial markings. (Learn more about his history: Madison, Our Rescued Pregnant Pig, Gives Birth to Piglets)

Bobbi

Potbelly / Mixed Breed PigRescued March 1, 2021 Bobbi was a forgotten pig. Abandoned as a stray in southern Virginia she was picked up by animal control and no one came looking for her. Given to the SPCA of Pittsylvania County, they contacted us and we were happy to take her in to give her a forever home. She is a gentle soul and loves it here among her pig friends. (Learn more about her history: Forgotten Pig No More: Stray Pig Given Name and Forever Home)

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