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“We have never seen a hoarding case of this magnitude,” Josh Carpenter Costner, Director at Cotton Branch Farm Animal Sanctuary in South Carolina, said. They are working with other rescuers to save the pigs.
The woman, they said, told them she adopted 15 pigs a few years ago. Workers said those pigs weren’t spayed or neutered.
originally posted by: kelbtalfenek
a reply to: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk
With the amount of time they've spent without human socialization, I would imagine they'd be barnyard animals for the most part. Or am I wrong? I've never had a pet pig, and in my county it's certainly not a possibility.