"How did you get into rescuing pigs?"
"Years ago, I saw something on TV about how smart they are and how they make good pets. The first pig I rescued was Pork Chop. He's sixteen now. See, I volunteer for Pig Placement Network and we have over one hundred pigs we're trying to find homes for. Breeders are charging thousands of dollars for these guys, billing them as 'Teacup Pigs.' They're not telling people they can get to sixty or a hundred pounds on average. Pigs can make little pigs at a young age. People ask to see a picture of the parents of a tiny baby pig, and they're tiny, too."
These are the stories of the people of Easton, PA