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Hog Heaven

At their home in Thetford yesterday afternoon, Donovan Cole and  his mother, Emilie Lambert Cole, watch a stray pig lie down — it had been hanging around their yard since the morning. The sow was running along the road dodging cars when it settled in their yard. Lambert Cole gave the pig water and grain, took it for a walk behind the house and spent a good deal of her day with it. The town’s animal control officer was notified about the pig but no one had yet claimed her. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck)

At their home in Thetford yesterday afternoon, Donovan Cole and his mother, Emilie Lambert Cole, watch a stray pig lie down — it had been hanging around their yard since the morning. The sow was running along the road dodging cars when it settled in their yard. Lambert Cole gave the pig water and grain, took it for a walk behind the house and spent a good deal of her day with it. The town’s animal control officer was notified about the pig but no one had yet claimed her. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Purchase photo reprints »

At their home in Thetford yesterday afternoon, Donovan Cole and his mother, Emilie Lambert Cole, watch a stray pig lie down — it had been hanging around their yard since the morning. The sow was running along the road dodging cars when it settled in their yard. Lambert Cole gave the pig water and grain, took it for a walk behind the house and spent a good deal of her day with it. The town’s animal control officer was notified about the pig but no one had yet claimed her. Valley News — Jennifer Hauck

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