This Colorful Rhode Island House Is Actually A Little-Known Pig Sanctuary

When driving down Ten Rod Road in North Kingstown, there is one house that is sure to catch your eye. A lavender two-story colonial-style home with a front lawn full of buoys and other fascinating decor is the stand out of the neighborhood. Hiding behind the colorful facade is a little-known pig sanctuary that gives new homes to cast-off animals from Rhode Island and states beyond.

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You can learn more about Smith & Agli’s Potbelly Manor by visiting their website or Facebook page. This pig sanctuary isn’t the only spot in Rhode Island helping out animals, check out this Ocean State refuge for parrots.