Veganville Welcomes Pierre and Penny!

Veganville welcomed Pierre and Penny in December 2018! Penny and Pierre were rescued from being slaughtered by a compassionate couple in Warrenton, Oregon. They were kind enough to take Penny and Pierre in and care for them until we had our enclosure completed.

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Pierre (Left) and Penny (Right)

Penny and Pierre are one year old potbelly mix siblings. They are very affectionate and LOVE to be outside. You will find them outside in the pouring rain, snow and ice just rooting around enjoying their life to the fullest.

Pierre LOVES affection. He loves belly rubs at any moment, kisses and being sung to. He loves mealtime  although he’s not a fan of bell peppers.

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Pierre

Penny is a sweet girl with a mind of her own. She’s smart and loves to investigate all things new. She isn’t as fond of belly rubs but warming up to them quickly.

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Both Penny and Pierre have bonded to Peaches and Petunia and everyone is getting  along well.

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Veganville Crew Enjoying the Sun!

We are so very happy to welcome Penny and Pierre to Veganville and immensely enjoy watching them live their lives here with freedom, respect and love.

First Permanent Enclosure Complete!

We are so excited to announce that our first permanent enclosure was completed in November 2018! The 1/2 acre enclosure is full of lush green pasture and is currently home to our rescue pigs. We are hoping to begin building a goat and sheep barn so we can begin rescuing goats and sheep soon! This enclosure will accommodate a mixed herd of rescue animals including pigs, sheep, and goats. We will split the enclosure so pasture is allowed time to grow and the animals will be rotated between the pastures.

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Peaches and Petunia enjoying their new spacious enclosure

 

Our future plans involve another 3 acre enclosure that will connect to the current which will allow for even more animal rescues including llamas, donkeys and cows.

 

Veganville Design

Future Enclosure Design

We were very careful using environmentally friendly materials as to have the least amount of impact on our soil, stream and wildlife habitat.

We want to thank all the volunteers that helped dig holes, set posts, stretch fencing and gate installation.

Fence Building