Lola the Pig, Triangle Chance for All’s latest rescue, is about six months old. As a “teacup” pig, she started out very tiny…but she has gotten big! When full grown, she could weigh 200 pounds or more.
Her former owner could not care for Lola any longer, so she needed a loving home–where she would NOT be turned into bacon or used for breeding more piglets who would be sold like she was. That is where TCA came in…
Now we need your help to give her the vet care she desperately needs.
We are running a week-long crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for Lola’s vet expenses. The funds raised for her care will cover the costs of spaying her, getting her vaccinated, and getting her a microchip. These are crucial procedures.
Besides preventing her being used for breeding, a spay procedure will help her avoid some of the main health problems that kill pigs like Lola, such as reproductive cancers. Pigs over a certain age and weight have higher risks of complications when being spayed, so NOW IS THE TIME to give Lola the gift of well-being through a spay.
Microchips are very important to insure the safety of animals–including animals like pigs, who are notorious escape artists. By getting Lola microchipped, we can make it easier to find her and get her back to safety should she ever escape.
We want to give Lola health and safety with a spay, a microchip, vaccinations, and other care. Please help us give Lola the long, happy life she deserves by donating to our campaign by April 7th.
Thank you for your support!