Meet Alaska! She is a super friendly, sweet, loveable, and cuddly female piggy. A true package deal. Alaska has previously been with females and I think she would do well with another as long as she went through with proper bonding. This sow is more than you can imagine. She has an insane amount of personality and is truly one of a kind. She has nibbled but nothing major. She's just very sassy! She loves to run around and free roam. She is estimated to be around 9 months old; she has SO much life left in her. I think she would adjust fine to any home environment. (including ones with cats and dogs) She is caged in a midwest with a lid and the cats LOVE to lay on top of the cage. When they stick their paws through the bars she nips and bites their paws! Her confidence is through the roof! she is an amazing eater and loves lettuce and munching on hay. I am asking for a $40.00 adoption fee. If you think she would be a good fit for your family, please let me know! Thank you
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