Henrietta was born on a pig farm and she was to be raised for meat. A neighbor of the farm compassionately saved her, as she believed the pig was discarded for being a runt and having mobility issues. She was unable to use her front legs and suffered from burns on her back. The kind neighbor named the little pig “Henrietta” because of a book she was reading her child about a pig that wanted to be a lawyer. Henrietta loves to play in the mud, get belly rubs, and eat cherry tomatoes. People often comment on her beautiful red-toned skin color, deep olive-colored eyes and warm connection she makes with volunteers and visitors.