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About George - Pig

Adoption payment details

Adoptions cost £24.00 for 12 months and we have several payment options available:

Single payment @ £24.00

12 x Monthly payments @ £2.00 pr mth


Ongoing adoption @ £2.00 pr mth

(Your adoption pack postage is inclusive)

Credit/Debit card payments are accepted via a secure Paypal online transaction. There is no additional cost to yourself for using Paypal.

Alternatively, you can send your adoption payment cheque/postal order to us by post.


You can visit your animal between the months of mid-May to mid-September. Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary  is based in Wolverton (Stratford Upon Avon), Warwickshire.

Please contact Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary via email to arrange an appointment.- Contact us here

Visiting George

George arrived at FARS just before Christmas, brought in by a couple who claimed they had found him wandering in the middle of the road. Carole tried to find him a home elsewhere as there was no real room at Woolly Park. But when nobody else could accommodate him, it was decided he could stay at FARS.

 He was a young piglet just a few weeks old but had great character and soon made himself at home. Salvi has since made him a home in one of the polytunnels and he also has a good run, and he loves nothing more than a tummy tickle or wallowing in the mud. But don’t get too close when he shakes himself ... or you will be covered in mud too!