HIERONYMUS Pig Pig Point Richmond, CA
- Vaccinations up to date.
Hieronymus came to us in '13 as a stray pig that had needed rescue from a shelter. He found a family very quickly, but due to circumstances beyond their control, they recently lost their country home and are no longer able to keep him.
We had initially thought that he was a pot bellied pig, but as he matured he grew to look more like mini-pig mix of sorts. Hieronymus likes his back scratches and to eat fruit from your hand, but he is not the kind of pig that can live in the house or go for walks with a harness. He is not a mean guy and does not bite, but can be a bit crotchety and would likely preffer an adult home.
The ideal place for him would be another country home where he can just be a pig, preferably with other livestock that he can be friends with. He has not yet lived with other pigs to our knowledge, but he hung out with the family cat and also enjoyed the company of a neighboring donkey. Please send interest in Hieronymus to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location Address220 S. Garrard Blvd.
day hours Monday 11am - 5pm Tuesday Closed Wednesday 11am - 5pm Thursday 11am - 5pm Friday 11am - 5pm Saturday 11am - 5pm Sunday 11am - 5pm
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