Find the Next Furry Love of Your Life
Review the info below and click on the link to access our adoption application today!
An email will be sent to the address on the application within 72 hours of receipt. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Age: born April 2022
Remus came to us as a tiny, beat-up piggie from our local shelter. His skin was poorly cared for and covered in scars. He has recovered, but has shown that he would rather live in his own cage with neighbors and LOTS of kisses and cuddles!
Note: Remus is on a temp medical hold whole we treat a minor (non-contagious) medical issue. If you are interested, apply and we will connect on the timeline.
Age: born May 2023
This sweet girl was found in a local park living in the bushes. She loves couch cuddles, snacks and watching some TV with her foster mom. Madge is very gentle, and would do best in a home with other ladies for friends!
Betty and Martha
Age: born 2019
These 2 cuties have been with the same family for many years, but they unfortunately need to rehome them due to family situation. They are lovely, friendly ladies looking for a furever home!
Note: these piggies are part of our Adoption by Owner program and ARE not in the custody of TGPR. They will come with a carrier and c&c cage!
All ABO pigs have been cleared by a vet in the last 6 months.
Wednesday and Mandy
Age: born 2022
Breed: American and Peruvian
Named after our favorite Addam’s family lady and her blond nemesis, these sweet girls are ready for their furever home! Wednesday came to use from a local shelter and Mandy as a transfer from another rescue. The two bonded instantly and have been enjoying couch cuddling and Netflix binging with their foster family!
Note: Wednesday’s wonderful long hair will need some special care! Prospective adopters should be ready to groom regularly at home.
Age: born 2023
Max came to us from a rough situation which found him living loose outside. He is now healthy, gained a wonderful amount of weight and is ready for a forever home. The right home for Max will be one with another male to be friends, and have a possible space to live as neighbors if necessary. Max would do best in a home without children or large/loud animals.
Note: Max is blind in one eye and will need his hair kept short in the front.