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Brothers looking for a new garden!

 

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Brothers looking for a new garden!

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Male
Adolescent
Whacky hair

Rehoming because

Taking a medical leave from my job and finding it increasingly difficult to take care of my pigs.

Snickerdoodle and S’moreo are looking for a new garden! Two-year-old male bonded brothers. They enjoy popcorning and doing zoomies through tunnels as well as head and chin scritches. Located in Indianapolis. Please message me with questions or interest. Small rehoming fee. Must be adopted together.

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