Homey is a friendly, two year old Heritage pig. He has beautiful markings. He was brought up in a house for the first year of his life. He was moved outside, but his outdoor area was too small and he became depressed. He was brought to Winslow Farm to have more room and animal companionship.
Along Interstate 495, a piglet was seen grazing along side the highway. She was rescued by police and the Animal Rescue League of Boston. Willow spent time lat the Animal Rescue League’s shelter. Several attempts were made to find the owner, but no one came forward. She was most likely destined for auction or slaughter. The Rescue League called different zoos and sanctuaries in the New England area. No one was able to take her. An anonymous donor suggested Winslow Farm. The farm agreed to give Willow a permanent home.
Napoleon is a pot bellied pig. His previous family was unable to find someone to care for him while they were on vacations and he was brought to Winslow Farm. Used to living in a confined space, Napoleon roams around the farm. He travels around visiting all the other animals. His most striking feature are his warm in
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