The New York Times recently published a great story uncovering the secret world of New York City's illegal pet pig population and their owners. Due to outdated livestock and barn animal laws, pet pigs are illegal in the City.
An untold number of pet pigs are scattered throughout the city, despite a ban. Queelin lives happily in Manhattan. But Wilbur, of Staten Island, was ordered out by the health department, so he's headed to a sanctuary in North Carolina.
Check out the accompanying article for more.
via New York Times
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