Bird is tickled about the new addition to her home but she's not so sure about the name "Piggy." That is going to change once she gets to know the potbelly porker. She has heard Piggy has quite the personality.
"I do think she can cause a little mischief if you don't keep an eye on her," Carver admitted.
When Bird says "pack," she means it: there are already about 20 pit bulls and Chihuahuas living in her home. Some are foster animals, but others are her own, and she's not certain what will happen when she throws a pig in the mix.
"I heard that she is going to try to boss them around," Bird said, admitting she's a little nervous. "She's going to want to be the boss of the house."
Even if things don't work, she's confident she'll find a home in the area. She always visits the homes of potential adopters and makes people fill out applications before she lets one of her beloved animals leave.
Of the four other pets coming with Piggy, Bird said only one has a potential home right now.
The chances of finding a new owner increases when the animals are taken to areas where pets are in high demand, Carver said. She said her organization is always looking for volunteers to house or transport animals, and anyone interested in participating can contact her at cwfosterho...@gmail.com.
Piggy was scheduled to travel from Huntington to Charleston and then ride with another person from Huntington to Morgantown. Bird said she was going to pick up her new friend in Morgantown Thursday night.
"I think as a rescue, you should have an experience with all shelter animals," Bird said.
She's going to share that experience through daily updates, videos and pictures at the Fur Kids Rescue Facebook page.
See Piggy hamming it up in more videos at dailymail.com.