Kansas City Pig Rescue Network INC was officially founded in early 2017 and attained our 501c3 non-profit status in September of 2018. In our first few years, our team has worked together to rescue, rehabilitate and find loving homes for over 300 deserving pigs.
We are a foster based organization with two foster farms, Willeyville Farm in Cleveland Missouri and Circle A Farm in Winston Missouri. We love to welcome visitors and volunteers by appointment, to provide education and hands on experience with these very special beings. If you would like to visit one of our foster farms, or are interested in becoming a private in home foster family – please contact us today!
How You Can Help
Kansas City Pig Rescue Network is a foster to adopt non-profit pig rescue. This is what makes us a little different than other pig rescues or farmed animal sanctuaries. With the overwhelming number of pigs in need, operating our foster and adoption focused model allows us to help as many pigs as we can. We believe in taking the time to understand each pig who comes into our program, so that we can better help them rehabilitate and prepare for a forever home of their own. For some pigs, this is a quick process and for other pigs, it can take over a year or more. While our goal is always to help pigs through their traumas and place them into loving forever families, this is not something we rush. Our sponsorship program provides for our fosters’ basic daily needs, like appropriate food, clean drinking water and dry fluffy straw. This allows us to focus our larger fundraising efforts on specific projects like building new shelters and pens, transportation and fuel, events and educational opportunities and of course – vetting! Sponsorships keep us going so that we can continue to help as many pigs as possible. If you are not in a position to adopt a piggy right now, but want to help, sponsoring is a great option!
Visit Our Farms
Willeyville Farm – Cleveland MO
Circle A Farm – Winston MO
Jade George – Paola KS
There is no greater joy than seeing our piggies off to forever homes of their own.