Family of Vietnamese Pot Bellies

Lisa’s babies are one of the few inhabitants who have been lucky enough to be born in the Sanctuary, so she will never know the horror that her mother experienced.

Lisa, a Vietnamese pig rescued from a terrible fire caused by the owner of the farm where she lived, who suffered from Noah’s Syndrome and blew up several butane cylinders.

Luckily, now mother and children enjoy getting to know their new home every day, full of pampering and love, with the peace of mind of knowing that they are in a safe place where they can be free.

Currently there is a family of 45 free and happy pigs. Sponsor the entire family to receive information about these funny little ones.

Why sponsor an inhabitant?

When you sponsor en inhabitant, you are doing more than making a donation.
You are giving them a chance and creating a very special bond.
Being a sponsor means being their caretaker.

With your help, we give them

Love and security
Food and care
Veterinary attention

They're looking for a sponsor, too...

Chiko

Chiko was taken in by an animal lover and had him live with her in her house until her dogs started to not accept him.

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Jungla

Jungla was left in a squat house that they vacated. Thanks to the rescue and warning of some activists, the destiny of Jungla changed to live in peace and freedom.

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Seitan

This precious critter has arrived at the Sanctuary a few days ago for all of us to die of love with his ears and his overwhelming personality.

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Angy

Angy is a sweet and cute little goat. He is super sociable and kind, he always calmly waits his turn to receive a portion of pampering.

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Destino

Karma and Destino arrived from a flat in Madrid. In the Sanctuary they live free and respected with the efforts of many people.

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Lola

Lola is an albino Vietnamese pig that we rescued from the kennel in Almería. Like all albino animals, they are more delicate than the rest.

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Seitan

This precious critter has arrived at the Sanctuary a few days ago for all of us to die of love with his ears and his overwhelming personality.

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