In Memory

Chloe

Chloe was rescued from being killed so people could eat her flesh.

Chloe was born in 2010, inside a dank factory farm, a piggery.

When she was found, she had bad leg swelling which calmed after many vet visits, and following a lot of care and attention.

Chloe had parts of her ears painfully cut out. This was done as a ‘form of identification’ and is standard pig farming practice, legal without pain relief.

Chloe lived and slept close by her friend Woody, and two other pigs, free from harm.

Learn more about how pigs are treated by animal industries.

Photo: Kelsey Hannah / ALV



In Memory