LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A number of pigs present in Vine Grove have now been moved to an animal sanctuary in Louisville.
Based on Becki Streif, co-founder and CEO of Tribe Animal Sanctuary, on Monday she was knowledgeable of 9 pigs “working away” to Vine Grove.
“The pigs are shedding on a regular basis. It is nothing to boost your eyebrows about, I imply Vine Grove is a really rural space,” Streif mentioned.
Nevertheless, after saying she heard about a number of complaints from involved folks locally, Streif determined to get entangled and referred to as Hardin County Animal Management.
Streif says some folks thought pigs could be aggressive, however she says they don’t seem to be.
“We’re companions of all of the shelters and I mentioned: ‘What can I do to assist?’ I am going to say Mike McNutt, Hardin County Animal Management, and his animal management brokers are nice, ”Streif mentioned.
Streif mentioned the proprietor of the pigs signed the papers to ship them to the sanctuary. He believes that the proprietor lived in an space of town the place animals corresponding to pigs aren’t allowed.
Vine Grove City Corridor Fb web page posts enable neighborhood members to study in regards to the pig removing plans. One put up additionally mentioned, “Sadly, we’ve ordinances in opposition to these candy kids.”
Streif introduced the pigs, which she believes embody a mother, dad and 7 piglets, to the sanctuary. She now plans to vaccinate and hold them, together with dozens of different animals, on the property.
“We’re a sanctuary, we aren’t a rescue, so often every thing that comes right here stays right here. We’re a house sanctuary without end,” he mentioned.
Streif says a bathe will possible be held sooner or later to assist with donations, as welcoming these pigs is an sudden value that now impacts the finances. Donations could be made on-line on the Tribe Animal Sanctuary.
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