They rescue abandoned and abused pot bellied pigs and today the PIG–A–SUS Sanctuary in Mack kicked off their summer fundraiser, and it wasn't just the pigs hogging the fun.
Petting an animal can improve the quality of their life and yours, and this is PIGASUS' primary goal.
Right now the sanctuary is holding a fundraiser and they are trying to raise sixty five hundred dollars in sixty five days to construct sidewalks to accommodate people with physical disabilities so that everyone can benefit from these wonderful animals.
There will be several events throughout the summer to raise money for the sidewalks.
Donations can be made at PIGASUS Sanctuary, which is located at 506 S road in Mack Colorado, or at any American National Bank.
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