Esther the Wonder Pig has Died.

Esther the Wonder Pig
Esther the Wonder Pig

Esther the Wonder Pig’s owners, Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter declared on October 18, 2023, that Esther had died. She had been following some health scrabble for the last couple of weeks.

“There’s no easy way to say this, but the day we all wished would never come has arrived. Esther has passed away. She was calm and peaceful, and fell asleep with her dad Steve by her side.”

“There’s no easy way to say this, but the day we all wished would never come has arrived. Esther has passed away. She was calm and peaceful, and fell asleep with her dad Steve by her side.”

“Even though Esther is no longer physically with us, her memory and legacy will live forever. Esther is immortal, and we will continue to show the world that all animals deserve to be loved just like she was.”


Esther lived at the Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary, located in Campbellville, Ontario, Canada. The owners adopted her in 2012.(Read More)

From year 2017 onwards she was facing medical problems

During the 13th annual Libby Awards in 2018, Esther was awarded the Best Animal Influencer, a recognition that highlights her exceptional skills and expertise in the field.


The story of Esther the wonder pig’s death goes viral around the globe. She had a huge fan following on social media platforms as well as on YouTube.

The story of Esther’s death goes viral around the globe. She had a huge fan following on social media platforms and YouTube. Esther the Wonder Pig’s Facebook page fan following is around 1.5, and on Instagram about 0.5 Million.

Ingrid Newkirk, president of PETA, says about the Wonder Pig: “Esther’s story of being adopted and moving her dads to go vegan and open a farmed-animal sanctuary inspired countless people to see pigs as individuals.”

She also adds further, “The world is a far kinder place because she was in it, and she’ll always be PETA’s ‘Best Animal Influencer’ for winning everyone over with her personality, charm, and loving bond with her family—and for showing that she, like all pigs, was a living, feeling being, not bacon.”



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