#1 11-28-2008 04:43:48

Hencackle
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Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

A friend asked me to post this.  She saw the piglet on the side of the road, being attacked by a dog.  He's a few weeks old, black & white and is being treated for dog bites by a local vet.

PM me if you're interested.


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#2 11-28-2008 08:54:10

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Re: Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

sad3 This is so sad...poor piggy! sad3

I am glad your friend saved it...and I wish I lived closer to you! sads


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#3 11-29-2008 03:04:31

GloriaH
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Re: Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

There is a Pot bellied pig rescue in Tennessee. They rehome them in a sanctuary.


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#4 11-29-2008 05:06:30

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Re: Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

Thanks, GloriaH, but I think the little guy might have a home in a few days.  Two people have expressed interest in Mr. Piglet, and if it doesn't work out, I'll contact you for more information.


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#5 11-30-2008 08:05:39

chickn
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Re: Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

i always wondered what it would be like to have a pb, can they live outside? how do they do with other animals etc? anyone have one? someone should educate us if you do.  big_smile


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#6 11-30-2008 09:13:36

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Re: Pot-bellied pig in Bristol, TN - free

Chickn, I have no idea.  But, I found this Potbellied Pigs 4-Ever Forum and I'm sure you will find everything you need to know. 
My dh's aunt used to have some and brought some piglets to a family reunion one year.  I had so much fun playing with one, of course dh said, "no, no, NO!" to my getting one. sad


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