Cute potbelly piglet abandoned at groomers, up for adoption


He’s not exactly what you’d expect to find at a Humane Society just about anywhere, but he’s certainly a cute discovery.

His name is Batman. He’s a potbelly pig and you better act fast if you want him.

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The 5-month-old piglet was dropped off at a Tampa Bay groomers and never picked up by his owner, according to the Tampa Bay Humane Society’s Facebook page.

Staffers said Batman is getting so much “love and attention,” he’s not feeling abandoned anymore.

The Humane Society received the pig on Thursday and said he’s going up for adoption soon.

There's a new little friend at the shelter. Batman is a 5-month-old Potbelly pig who was dropped off at a grooming...

Posted by Humane Society of Tampa Bay on Thursday, December 15, 2016

And he’s already making a splash on YouTube. A Christmas video of the tiny piglet shows him snuggling with a stuffed snowman and modeling flashy holiday collars as he prances around his cage.

If you’re interesting in adopting Batman, you can contact the Tampa Bay Humane Society to find out more about him.


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