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RESIDENTS

Saving Animals & Healing Hearts has a number of permanent residents. For a variety of reasons they are unable to be adopted and remain here safe and happy. The following are just some of our current residents.

Piggy Sue


Peggy Sue found her self sad and alone at just a few weeks old. In the dark of night, someone came into the yard of her previous owner and stole her momma and all her siblings. Piggy Sue ran for her life and they couldn’t catch her. Not knowing what else to do with an underage piglet, she joined our family here at SAHH. She is one of the sweetest and mellowest piggies I’ve ever encountered... well unless you want to trim her toes... then those ninja skills come in quite handy.
Sponsor Piggy Sue for $30/Month

Princess


You may often find this pretty girl roaming around the ranch!
Sponsor Princess for $30/Month

Rio


Rio originally came from a dude ranch in Colorado that had shut down and sent all of their livestock to slaughter. A friend of a friend pulled him straight off the slaughter truck. He kept him for several years and then Rio became ill and spent six weeks in the hospital. At that time he determined that he could not give Rio what he deserved and asked if he could relinquish him to us on the condition that he remain in sanctuary for the rest of his life. Once released from the hospital Rio finished his rehabilitation here on the ranch and has been with us ever since. Rio has become a part of our family and will live here safe, loved and adored for the rest of his life.
Sponsor Rio for $150/Month

Rita

 

Queen Rita was the largest pig rescued from the final eleven release of the SouthBay24 large rescue. Rita is the first Yorkshire pig we’ve ever had at our sanctuary. For a long time we tried hard finding her a home w lots of land she could roam free. Like the other, Rita was also confined alone in a small cement dog kennel. Rita weights aprox 1,000 lbs and being confined in that small space, not being able to walk or get even the slightest amount of exercise has lead to arthritis. She routinely gets checked by our vet and she is currently on medication that seems to be making her more comfortable. Rita is a pleasure to see every morning. Her voice and kind eyes will melt your heart with one glance. She loves a warm water morning mud hole, In sure the warm water feels so good on her body. You often see her napping outside under the warm sun. We’re not sure how long it’s been since she was able to do any of these small things that make pigs so happy. We would be extremely happy to see Rita get adopted by a sanctuary, but until that day comes... she is loved, spoiled with apples & bananas (her favorite), and a favorite to anyone that has scheduled a tour with us, or volunteered!
Sponsor Rita for $75/Month

Romeo


Romeo!
Sponsor Romeo for $200/Month

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