Rona came to Saving Grace in April 2020, during the Corona/COVID pandemic - so the reasoning for her name. She was facing euthanasia at a tiny rural shelter due to overcrowding.
Rona is a short stocky little piglet that grunts and snorts. She has nubs for ears because a cruel human cut off her floppy ears. She was likely used as a puppy machine. Rona did not have a good life before we met her, but we are determined for her life to be so much better moving forward.
Rona will likely need a home without other pets. We are always willing to try introducing her to your dog though. She loves all people and enjoys cuddling. She walks well on a leash and enjoys running in the yard. Rona is probably 2-5 years old. She is not overly energetic or lazy - she is in the middle, which makes her adaptable to your life! Contact us if you are interested in meeting Rona.