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Loose spotted pig in the port town of Egg NJ

His name is Pickles and he’s on a rickshaw. Not lamb. The measurement will be weird.

Mr. Pickles seems to be enjoying the good life living in a nice house, when his owner needs to be hospitalized.

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Enter Good Samaritan Kathy Tomasini of EHT. Tomasini told me that she had agreed to help find Mr. Pickles and his pregnant pig, a pig girl named Libby, a nice house.

Courtesy of Kathy Tomasini

Tomasini said this is her second experience trying to adopt pigs, although she says she has fostered many animals over the years. (I remember Mr. Rogers saying, “If you’re having trouble, get help.” Kathy must have been a kind woman!)

However, one problem. Obviously there’s no big waiting list for people wanting a pair of potbellied pigs, especially a little guy like Mr. Pickles, who is not fixed and quite pompous. Tomasini said she contacted a hog network, but they have a waiting list – get this – of more than 800 pigs looking to be adopted.

Mr. Pickles, apparently, was tired of waiting, as three days ago he was off a pig leash or a pigpen, or whatever, and roamed the streets and backyards of the Town. Egg Harbor. Tomasini said: “Mr Pickles is freed and I am taking a long time to get him home.

(This video is by Lindsay Tomar, posted on Facebook. She helped spread the word about the adventures of Mr. Pickles. Tomar managed. Lost and Found Pets in Atlantic County on Facebook, Video posted by Kieran Benitez.)

He was spotted so many times, as recorded on social media, but no one could cheer the piggy on. (By the way, Libby didn’t run. She knew how well she had it!)

Seen most recently? Tomasini said, ” He is traveling between the herb garden and Leap Street at the moment. “

So a call to the good people of EHT. Help find and catch Mr. Pickles!

If no one can catch him, hopefully he’ll make a round trip home! Well, his temporary foster home.

SEE: Here are the pets that are banned in each state

Because exotic animal regulation is left to the states, several organizations, including the Humane Society of the United States, support standardized, federal legislation banning possession of big cats, bears, primates, and cats. Large venomous snakes as pets.

Read on to find out what pets are banned in your home state and across the country.

SEE: Here are the pets that are banned in each state

Because exotic animal regulation is left to the states, several organizations, including the Humane Society of the United States, support standardized, federal legislation banning possession of big cats, bears, primates, and cats. Large venomous snakes as pets.

Read on to find out what pets are banned in your home state and across the country.

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