🎉Ура! Мы проводим РОЗЫГРЫШ🎉
Дарим пригласительный билет билет на пять персон!!!🔖 Условия очень простые:
🐿быть подписанным на наш Инстаграм @dipriz.park;
🐏поставить лайк на этот пост;
🐂 отметить одного друга (не магазины и не пустые профили). Комментариев можно оставлять сколько угодно! Один комментарий- один друг;
🦙 аккаунт должен быть открыт на время проведения розыгрыша.
Имя победителя объявим 20.09.2019 г.,выбор осуществляется рандомным сервисом.
Участвуй сам и приглашай друзей! Желаем Вам удачи🍀
Let’s talk about Yoru (or “Ru” for short)🐗💛 Yoru is a Polynesian pig. Have you ever seen Moana? Moana’s little friend Pua is also a Polynesian pig. Pigs live wild here in Hawai‘i— in the mountains ⛰, valleys 🌄, and now, increasingly near people 🏙. Yoru was found by a popular hiking trail, where she was approaching people and asking for scraps, and sleeping under a nearby house. She was always seen alone, and never with her family. Being so young and so small, normally pigs like Yoru would always be with their mom and siblings. We do not know what happened to her ohana, and we don’t know why she wasn’t with them 😔. We do know that pigs like Yoru become a big danger to themselves when they become friendly with humans. In Hawai‘i, Polynesian pigs are hunted, which may be what happened to Yoru’s mother. The pigs who are friendly and tame will come right up to people, making them easy targets for hunters and their hunting dogs 🐕. Additionally, now that the Polynesian pigs are living closer to humans, they are in danger of being hit by cars, which happens often. As you saw in our post about Cinnamon, they are also in danger of being viewed as “pests” and being removed in ways that cause great suffering to them.
We have had the privilege of getting to know Yoru over the last week, and we know that she feels joy, sadness, impatience, excitement, etc. She comes right up to the gate every time she sees one of the volunteers, and begs them to come play with her. She gets bursts of energy where she has to stop whatever she is doing, jump around, and then she starts sprinting all over her enclosure in circles. Yoru feels comfort in being pet by humans, and falls asleep during belly rubs. She gets hangry and she yells at us when she wants food (relatable) 😂. We told you all that we are just fostering Yoru until we can find the perfect home for her, but the reality is, it is so hard to find a lifelong, safe home for someone like her, because so many people see her as “food” and not “Yoru”. Therefore we want to reassure everyone that unless we find a truly special ohana for her, we will be keeping her at the sanctuary, forever. 🌈