Adopt Peppa the Pig

Regular price £25.00 Sale

Peppa was born on a farm in Silesia, Poland - small, skinny and unwanted by the farming industry. A permanent home was found for her at the Viva! Poland animal sanctuary where she now enjoys the great outdoors with her new found goat and human friends. Peppa was received at Korabiewicach sanctuary with open arms and lights up everyone's day, all who meet her never want to eat pigs again.

Read more about the gorgeous animals in our adoption scheme here.

For  £25 (inc p&p) a year your NEW pack will include: a letter, personalised A5 certificate, 6x4” colour photo supplied in a cool magnetic frame and one update.

Please allow up to 10 working days for the delivery of your adoption pack.

About the Viva! Poland Sanctuary

Schronisko w Korabiewicach animal sanctuary is in the village of Korabiewice, east-central Poland. The sanctuary was previously owned by a lady who became very unwell and was no longer able or willing to care for the 400 dogs, 17 horses, cats, a wolf hybrid and 4 bears! In February 2012 Viva! Poland took ownership of the property after gathering enough evidence to take the previous owner to court for animal abuse. Viva! staff and volunteers could not believe their eyes, no one could have dreamed up the horrific cruelty which had been going on behind the locked gates. Dogs and cats were found frozen to death, puppies in holes in the ground starving, skeletons… the list goes on. Since that very grim day, there has been no other. r.

Every animal now receives the food, shelter, stimulation and veterinary treatment needed for them to have a safe and happy life. There are more than 500 animals at Schronisko w Korabiewicach, over 14 hectares of land. Food costs around £3,500 a week, and vet bills are also around £3,500 a week (due to many of the animals being in their old age). Please consider donating, or adopting one of the animals for just £25 a yeaHalf of your donation will feed and care for your chosen adoptee and the other half will go to Viva! UK to help save millions more lives – animal and human – through campaigns against factory farming.