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Why Adopt From Us?

The majority of the animals in our care have been victims of cruelty and once found themselves neglected and abandoned.

Many of them came to us broken and sick. Here at the Blind Spot Animal Sanctuary these animals experienced a loving touch, received vet care, are loved, cherished and cared for.

We hope you consider adopting an animal so that they can continue to have the happy future they deserve.

All of our animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped.

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Valley & Piglets

Busiest pig at the Sanctuary

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Adopt, Don’t Shop.

Let us tell you why.

1. Cost-Efficient.

Buying a pet can easily cost $500 to $1,000 or more. Adoption costs range from $10 to $200. You’re getting more for your money AND you are saving a life.


When you adopt from a rescue group or sanctuary, you know what you are getting because the group has a history on the animal.

2. Education.

The group will also help you through the familiarization period because they are invested in providing a good home for that animal.


When you adopt a pet, you are saving a life. When you buy a pet, you not only deny a homeless animal a home, you are supporting an industry that thrives on short-changing the welfare of animals.


Rescue groups or sanctuaries have nothing to sell you; they will be honest with you and provide guidance.


Rescue groups and sanctuaries also have a lifelong commitment to their animals where breeders make a quick sale and you will never hear from them again.

3. Unconditional Love.

When you adopted, you get just as much love (if not more). An adopted animal is every bit as deserving, loving, intelligent and loyal as a purchased animal, even if you get an adult or older animal.


For all of these reasons, adopting rather than buying is pretty much a no-brainer!

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Adoptable Pets

Meet these wonderful animals that need a home. Visit their profile pages and get to know them a bit better.

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Pigs like Betty are very special to us!

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Gretchen and Family

Gretchen, Gitti, and Erika!

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I'm the baby girl!

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Rescued Family

Celine and her 5 kiddos

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Come visit me!

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Piglet Family

Brianne is special needs and would do best in a home that can adopt one or two of her family members

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Why Blue? Well one of my eyes is blue!

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Valley & Piglets

Busiest pig at the Sanctuary

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Emilio and Cathy

We are 2 goats of a feather

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Stevie & Sebastian

We're Stevie & Sebastian!

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Brianne is an incredibly sweet and gentle young pig. Brianne is special needs and will need a home that is willing to love a special needs pig.

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They call me Penny

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I'm playful, come visit me!

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Elvis Pigsley

Gotta lotta living to do!

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I'm a sweetheart

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I'm a lover, not a fighter

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I get along with everyone, I am Hercules!

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People say I'm adorable!

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I love treats!

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Did someone say carrot?

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I LOVE sneaking snout snuggles

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I am so Handsome!

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AKA Mr. Handsome!

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A distinguished gentleman

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I'm boss pig of my family!

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Daisy, Flower, and Bam

Daisy, Flower, and Bam

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I'm the middle child

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They call me G-Unit

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I promise once you get to know me you'll fall in love with me!

About Jeff
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Adoption Requirements


  • That you own your home or are buying one. In other words, that you do not live in an apartment.
  • That you are zoned to have a pet pig. Pigs are illegal in many places. To find out if you are zoned, contact your local zoning commission, animal control, or perhaps ask your Chamber of Commerce to help.
  • That you have a secure, fenced in yard.
  • That you have a vet who is familiar with treating pet pigs.
  • That you have the time and motivation to care for a pet pig for it’s entire life, which is typically 15-20 years and even up to 25 years.

Our Policy

We would prefer that pigs being adopted in pairs, unless the applicant already has a pet pig.
  • Visit and meet the pig in person.
  • Pigs adopted from The Blind Spot Animal Sanctuary will all be spayed and neutered (required).
  • Your pigs will likely be about 100 – 150 pounds when full grown, and may live 15-20 years. You must have a long term plan to care for them.
  • The adoption fee is $150 per pig, $200 for a pair. (which includes spay / neuter and vaccines)
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Common Questions About Adopting

How do I apply for adoption?

Opening your home for adoption is a wonderful and rewarding commitment. You can read more about the requirements about adoption here and you can fill out an application here.

I understand these animals came from a cruel environment. If I adopt, are they at risk to be violent?

No. We rarely see aggressive behavior in our rescued residents. BSAS only adopts out sweet, social and healthy animals.

What other animals do you have available for adoption?

We often have goats and other animals available for adoption, please check out all adoptable animals here.

Why do we need to adopt pigs in twos?

Pigs are highly social and intelligent herd animals, while they will enjoy your company, what they need most is another pig to communicate and have a meaningful relationship with. One of the reasons why pig owners give up their pigs is because their single-pig family member has become depressed and aggressive. There are exceptions, of course, however the majority of pigs don’t. We have learned that a human can never replace a fellow pig friend.

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