After surviving subzero conditions, a pet pig was discovered in Wyoming

After surviving subzero conditions, a pet pig was discovered in Wyoming

This tiny pig disappeared.

According to Cow State Daily, a pet pig named Ms. Piggy survived subzero conditions for 48 hours before being rescued in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Tuesday, the Cheyenne Police Department received a report of a pig that was “going wild.” Approximately at the same time, a family from Nebraska who made a pit break in Cheyenne claimed that their pet piglet had gone missing.

“They had stopped for a pit stop when the pig escaped. I assume their small daughter let it out,” animal control supervisor Elizabeth Wagner of the Chicago Police Department told the newspaper.

The pig went lost for two days in subzero weather and was able to avoid CPD officers hunting through the snow.

Ms. Piggy accompanied by one of her rescuers.
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“It was really cold, and it was snowing,” Wagner recalled, adding that the temperature “was actually in the negatives, and we had winter storm warnings that night.”

Although the pig “was moving very quickly,” she was rescued and sent to an animal sanctuary when she was eventually located.

Five hours after returning from Nebraska, her family was reunited with Ms. Piggy.

 

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