SCAMPP was contacted by video production students from Providence High School in Burbank, CA. The students found SCAMPP on the internet and liked what we do and what we stand for. As a class project, they needed to film a Public Service Announcement (PSA), and they picked SCAMPP!! On April 13, 2012, the students drove out to The Piggy Pen in Mira Loma, CA. Peggy W. came over to take pigtures, Jo D. brought over a little rescued piggy named Gracie, and of course The Piggy Pen piggy crew was ready too! Little Gracie was such a good sport, sitting with Jo, laying down for belly rubs, and even wearing a Cheerio on her head!! Of course, Piggy Pen's Scarlett O’ Hammy had no problem hamming it up for the camera! The film crew walked around out back and took footage of all the foster/rescue pigs- big, small, no-eared & all! The film is meant to show the difference size-wise of a piglet just a few weeks old compared to full-grown potbellied pigs. Below is the PSA, and the message still stands true to SCAMPP's motto and mission statement today.

Thanks to David Choi of AOG Films for filming this PSA for SCAMPP