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Abandoned Pig's

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I went into my local p@h today to buy my dog a harness and got chatting to a friend of mine who works there. She asked me if I had room for 2 more piggys, They were abandoned outside p@h in the early hours last sunday.
The staff arrived to find a box outside and when they looked inside there were 2 very frightened piggys.
I went over to see them and you guessed it I fell in love.They have been vet checked by p@h and they estimate that they are about 3 years old.So here are the pictures of my new additions Biancia and Snowy, Hope you like the pictures of these very special girls x)

Ps I couldn't afford the harness and the piggys lol so I got the piggys,The harness can wait till next week :(|)

Heres Biancia




And here is snowy


Here is the 2 of them together


I'm so glad I went in p@h today :(|)
 

Shellza

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Aww, poor girlies :( They are gorgeous, who could abandon them?
How come you had to pay for them if they got abandoned? Oh well, at least they have a loving home now...lucky piggies :)
 

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Biancia is a real stunner, lucky piggies to have found their way to you so they can live out the rest of their days loved!
 
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They put them in the adoption centre, where they ask for a donation. They wanted 5 pounds each. I cant believe I got 2 beautiful piggys for 10 pounds :(|)
 

sandra turpin

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What lovely piggies, I can't believe how horrible people are to just dump defenceless animals. At least they have found a loving home with you. I assume the money you paid for them was the donation for adoption?
 

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I picked up Stratos from P@H as an adoption. I paid a donation too- half the going rate of a baby piggie.

I'd followed my son into the shop to help him choose some tropical fish to add to his tank. It was Valentine's Day and there was one very lonely little pig with a note to say he was brought back after biting owner, partner and anyone who got close.

He cuddled into me straight away- so we walked out with him. He is happy living with Cooper and Cooper is so glad to have a friend.
 

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What beautiful girls! And what a shame that they were abandoned on such a cold night - why not hand them in?

At least, they have landed on their paws...
 

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they look as if they have been well looked after, what a shame they had to leave them outside, ok if you cant keep them for whatever reason but not outside :(

They are so beautiful, I'm a tad jealous! :))
 
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It is strange as they are both in great condition, They have been well looked after and they are both a great size. Biancia is not to keen on being held but thats fine, She might in time feel better and like cuddles x) I have been out to my piggy shed to see them this morning and they both came out with all my other girls to eat their breakfast, What a feast they had.
Thank you everyone for all your kind comments

Heidi xx
 
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