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Meet The Board Of Directors

Wendy Suto-King-President

Wendy and her husband got their first potbellied pig gal LeAnn 9 years ago in 2007, at a pet shop. And boy, did they learn a great deal during their pet pig's first year with them. In 2009, just 6 weeks before they got married, they rescued their first potbellied pig girl piglet Daisy with the help of a local pig and farm sanctuary. And thus started her quest to rescue and find forever homes for potbellied pigs throughout Ohio and across the USA, including helping with owner surrenders and pig shelter pulls, transporting them to vets to be fixed, starting a pig foster care program, and handling a potbellied pig adoption process for families, and doing pig transports to forever homes. She also works with several dog rescue groups, doing dog shelter pulls and owner surrenders and assisting with transports and finding forever homes for these dogs too. To date over the last 3 years she has rescued and found forever homes for over 130 potbellied pigs and 9 farm hogs.

She currently lives in the Northeast Ohio region with her husband and 6 rescued pets, including 2 middle-aged female potbellied pigs, 2 senior cats and 2 English Bulldogs and she fosters bulldogs for an Ohio bulldog rescue group too.

Her contact information is:

Wendy Suto-King
PO Box 33604
North Royalton, OH 44133

Phone: 440-334-8538
E-mail: pbptlc@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

Michelle Corella-Director

Michelle Corella's odyssey with potbellied pigs began in April of 2000, when she and her husband, Art, adopted two adult potbellied pigs from their local animal shelter in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  Today, Bugsy and Spike are “senior citizens”, but they still enjoy roaming about the yard in search of fallen leaves or other treats.  Michelle has a BS in Mathematics and works in the IT Department at New Mexico State University, where she has been employed for 11 years.  In addition to pigs, Michelle is an avid archer, and also is the Director of the NMSU Feral Cat Management Program, whose mission is to control the campus feral cat population humanely and effectively using the Trap-Neuter-Release methodology.

Her contact information is:

Michelle Corella
953 Aliyah Rd
Las Cruces NM 88007-5182
Phone: 505-527-4529
Email: corella@zianet.com

 

 

 

 

Lana Hollenback - Founder/Director/Consultant

She is a retired Prison Minister, a Charter member of the American Christian Counselor Association, Lifetime member of the International Society of Poets and Certified Chaplain.

Having grew up on a farm, her love of pigs were a natural. Her husband, Dick and son, Drew, brought home their first potbellied piglet as a surprise for her in May, 1995. It was love at first sight and over the following years she adopted three more and immediately got into doing rescue through a local club. She began The Pigs As Pets Association in January of 1998 and merged with the Pig Preserve in 2007. She and her family moved to Deer Lodge, TN when they retired in March of 2008 where she continues to help not only miniature pigs but all animals.

She and her husband resides with four rescued potbellied pigs, 2 Beagle named JoJo and Lady,4 rescued cats (Puff,Tiger,Munchin and Tommy), 4 Welsummer chickens and 1 Lovebird named Chicken Jit. They also loan land to a neighbor for his sheep.

Her contact information is:

Lana Hollenback
1822 Meister Hills Rd
Deer Lodge, TN 37726-4307
Phone: (931) 863-2202
Email: lana@farec.org Or pygsty@twlakes.net



 
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