I know that many floridians, even from the south, come up to us for adopting but LaBelle definitely needs more help than we do. I'm in the process of contacting her about the exact numbers so I'll get back on that.
If you're in Florida, PLEASE consider adopting or even fostering some of these poor babies. If you foster them, we'll be happy to list them in our website and you can do the adopting through us if you wish.
Here's some of them on petfinder:
http://www.petfinder.com/pet.cgi?action=2&pet=2874756&adTarg ... &tmpl=&stat=
http://www.petfinder.com/pet.cgi?action=2&pet=3055103&adTarg ... &tmpl=&stat=
I noticed that they are on wire and will be contacting the shelter about that also.
I'm having the same problem. If I had more money and more space I would foster a few. You've done more than your share helping florida pigs out.
The humane society isn't really having issues with money as much as they are with space. My problem with the situation is that since they have so many, they adopt them out pretty easily- to mostly clueless adopters (many kids)- in order to make more room. I'd like to get the chance to provide these pigs with higher quality homes.