Enzo was incredibly sickly when she was first rescued, and one of her legs was bleeding and badly bruised. Luckily it didn’t appear to be broken, but while examining her at McAndrews’ home, the vet noticed she also had a hernia, likely caused by an infected umbilical cord that was left untreated. The vet recommended that the hernia be surgically removed, an expensive procedure, but McAndrews wasn’t fazed — regardless of the costs, she had already decided that she and Enzo were meant to be together.
Even though she wasn’t initially planning on keeping her, McAndrews formed a bond with Enzo immediately, and the little piglet couldn’t be happier with her new home and family. McAndrews has always dreamed of opening an animal-assisted therapy farm to help women who have experienced trauma, and now Enzo is the first step toward achieving that dream.