Two 'smart' pigs are looking for a new home after being taken in by RSPCA's Stubbington Ark

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Two pigs which have been described as ‘very smart girls’ are looking for a new home.

The behaviour of each of the girls is getting better - originally they would lunge for their food and snap out at the staff but they have since improved this and are now much better behaved.

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Ada and Isla are both looking for a new home. The sisters have been taken in by RSPCA's Stubbington Ark. Ada and Isla are both looking for a new home. The sisters have been taken in by RSPCA's Stubbington Ark.
Ada and Isla are both looking for a new home. The sisters have been taken in by RSPCA's Stubbington Ark.

Casey, small animals lead said: "Ada and Isla are two very smart girls and I love spending time with them. “They have come a long way from when they first came into us here at the Stubbington Ark. “Both girls enjoy their clicker training sessions and are bonding more and with the staff, and are starting to trust them more every day." These sisters will need to be adopted together, they will need a large secure field with stock and post rail fencing, a large pig shelter and a wallow. The land will also need to have CPH number - the team at the centre can help with this.

The sisters cannot live with children as they can sometimes be unpredictable but they could live with other pigs. They are both vaccinated and they have no current medical conditions. If you are looking to adopt the girls, it will cost £100 for both pigs and for more information visit the Stubbington Ark website.

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