This past August, Longmeadow Rescue Ranch and the Humane Society of Missouri took took in a large number of animals from a terrible hoarding situation in Iron County. Our Animal Cruelty Task Force brought in six horses, one donkey, eight pigs, a goat, three cats, 13 dogs, a rabbit, and one snake.
Shortly after the crew arrived at the ranch, two of the pigs gave birth. One mother had a litter of 13 and though we did all we could, only one piglet survived. The other litter of four were healthier and are all doing well. The five piglets are thriving thanks to the expert care being provided at Longmeadow and we’re thrilled for them to find loving, forever homes.
Get to know them below!
Jon Hammlet might just be the chunkiest little piglet we have ever seen! Since birth, he has always been the largest of his litter. Jon can be a little shy when first meeting new people, but with time and patience he does come out of his shell. Of course, his most treasured time of day is feeding time!
Lizzy Jane was born the runt of her litter, and while she may be small, she does not let it slow her down. We often times find her playing tag with her littermates, zipping around their enclosure. When Lizzy is not pestering her siblings to play, she’s almost always playing in her water bowl!
Rudy Mudpie was born alongside three siblings just days after his mother was rescued and brought to the ranch. Although he prefers the company of his littermates, rather than our staff and volunteers, Rudy is beginning to accept grooming and handling. We have found that his favorite treat is pumpkin!
If you’re interested in adoption, please give us a call at (636) 583-8759 to schedule an appointment! A complete list of available pets can be found at longmeadowrescueranch.org/adopt.
Interested in making a gift? Rescues like this one are only made possible through the continued support of our community. Visit longmeadowrescueranch.org/donate for more info.