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MSPCA at Nevins Farm Holds Fee-Waived Adoptathon for Pigs!

Event is the Organization’s Second-Ever Pig Adoptathon and First Since 2017

METHUEN, Mass., June 2, 2023 – The MSPCA at Nevins Farm is holding a special fee-waived adoptathon for pigs this weekend, Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4. The event follows the surrender of several pigs from a home in Plainfield.

“The owner had more animals than they were able to care for, so they surrendered these pigs to us,” explained Rachel Navarro, equine and farm animal assistant manager at Nevins Farm. “Because of their previous situation, the pigs are a little shy, but we’ve been working to socialize them over the last few weeks.”

“Now, we’re focused on finding the best homes for these really special animals,” she added.

Adopt a Pig!

Pig adoptions typically cost up to $400—money that can be put toward caring for these new pets.

“Many don’t know this, but pigs are great companions for the right people,” said Navarro. “They’re smart, inquisitive and friendly. They even enjoy belly rubs and snuggles, and can form life-long bonds with humans and other pigs.”

The MSPCA hopes to find homes for seven pigs during the adoptathon. Registration is required. For more information and to register, people may visit

For those who are not yet sure if a pig is the right pet for them, the MSPCA has also put together some information about adopting a pig, which can be found here.