Rescued pigs happy to ‘be on dry land’

| Wendy Victora Rudman

As the investigation into an alleged animal rescue in Laurel Hill continues, workers at the Panhandle Animal Welfare Society are providing temporary homes for six adult pigs and eight juvenile pigs.

The pigs had been living in a pit of standing water and feces at the “Frye Branch Rescue,” before animal control workers saved them Friday.

baby pigs


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