TWO cute micro pigs are ready to rumble if they are offered a new home.
Ant and Dec, two male black and white pigs which are the size of Staffordshire bull terriers, are desperate to get out of their kennels into a loving home where they will be looked after.
Sadly, Ant and Dec’s owners were unable to keep them because they had three British bulldogs as well, so reluctantly they had to be rehomed.
The pigs are now at Wolfwood wildlife rescue centre in Lancaster until they are lucky enough to get a new home.
Stephen Wakelin from Wolfwood said: “I’ve dealt with pigs before but not very often. One is more dominant than the other and one is trained.
“You can teach them the same things as dogs, they have that level of intelligence.
“The new owners would have to get a CPH holding number for them, which is absolutely important.
“To deal with these animals you need to have that.
“You would need experience with pigs and a good outside area.”
Wolfwood also has dogs dumped them on a daily basis for them to look after and have plenty to choose from for rehoming.
For more information, call Stephen Wakelin on 07931 220094 or call Wolfwood on 01524 382749.