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Male Seeking Loving Home





Male Seeking Loving Home

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Piggy Info

Neutered Male
Short hair

Rehoming because

Reeses recently turned 1 and he was neutered this year. He is living with several females and I feel that he needs to be in a home with just 1 other female or another male that is gentle, friendly and easy going. Or possibly “beside” another pig but in a separate cage. Reeses needs a lot of daily handling, one on one time with his human. He will need a lot of spread out square footage for his cage so he can zoom and roam each day.

1 year old Brown and tan short hair. He can be Very sweet and cuddly when handled often. He loves his fruit and veggies in addition to his other required piggie foods. 

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Is he still available? I'm looking for a cage mate for my one girl

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