UPDATE: The lost pig has been reunited with the owner.
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PIG ON THE LOOSE IN CHURCH HILL http://t.co/XYX5Vre2
Don’t tell @leepgregory ! “@chpn: PIG ON THE LOOSE IN CHURCH HILL http://t.co/HJnDywRF”
What? RT @chpn: PIG ON THE LOOSE IN CHURCH HILL http://t.co/pSu875vA“
Help find the pig before these guys do! http://t.co/PEWgKxIZ / LOST PIG! http://t.co/BkI9Iiat
Did he go missing before or after Hogtoberfest? Has anyone questioned the new management at Alamo BBQ?
@utensilitis @chpn there was a pig before brunch:)
ALL OK, PIG HAS BEEN *FOUND* http://t.co/BkI9Iiat
Pig in the city. http://t.co/kyNyriSq @chpn
Is urban pig ownership legal?
@Human Honey Badger, see Code of the City of Richmond, Chapter 10, Division 3, Section 10-88, Keeping and running at large of hogs, pigs and fowl.
I did see a dog that looked like a pig or a pig that looked like a dog yesterday. It was hard to tell.
I love this neighborhood.
Fascinating? 19 comments=12 comments. 4 comments just “Re Tweet” what the fine folks at CHPN already said. Where you there? I was…you “re tweeters” were not…
Lora, I believe that ordinance is for full sized hogs for slaughter and not a miniature hybrid pet which can be housebroken. Pigs are actually clean animals and only dirty by farmers.
Was this the same pig found on N. 23rd between E. Broad & E. Marshall on 4/1/13 (not a April Fools joke)?