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Med Barn

The resident directory is a work in progress!

Our last update features the 5 adorable Floydlings that found safety and sanctuary as part of our first rescue operation in Tennessee!

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Willow

Walker and Willow came to OMI when their sanctuary home closed down in Washington State. They were a bonded pair who needed safe placement. Our initial task was to deliver

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Wilburt

Wilburt is a shy, sweet member of our Med Barn herd who was part of the group of 159 pigs we accepted when we moved to Tennessee in 2021. He’s

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Whitley

Grandma Whitley has got it all: smarts, good looks, a fantastic bouffant, adaptability for both big and little spoon positions, and a love of love itself. Originally part of an

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Walker

Walker and Willow came to OMI when their sanctuary home closed down in Washington State. They were a bonded pair who needed safe placement. Our initial task was to deliver

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Waffles

Waffles is the easiest one to identify in the family known as “Uncle Floyd and the Floydlings”. He’s a polka dotted cutie of epic proportions. In early 2022, this family

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Spoonie

Spoonie (aka- SpoonMan) is one of the tiny group of man-pigs we refer to as Uncle Floyd and the Floydlings. They were part of a rescue operation in early 2022

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Seneca

Fentress County, Tennessee is a dangerous place to be a stray little pig. When our neighborhood FB group started buzzing about a loose piglet, someone was kind enough to alert

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Rosalie

Rosalie was found as a stray and taken to the Cowlitz County Humane Society in Washington State. When they reached out for help, we made space for her. Much of

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Pumba

Pumba was one of the 159 pigs surrendered to us when we moved to Tennessee in 2021. He was part of the little pigs yard, but we have now incorporated

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Priscilla
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Priscilla

Priscilla came to us from the Spokane County Regional Animal Shelter in Washington State. She was surrendered to the shelter, and they reached out for some help with getting her

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