Pigs Left Behind By "Happy Hooves" Moved To Georgia Rescue Group - WSPA.com

Pigs Left Behind By "Happy Hooves" Moved To Georgia Rescue Group

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Greenville County Animal Control rounded up dozens of rescued pigs left behind by Happy Hooves Pig Rescue Dec. 16. They corralled the 42 pigs at a house in South Greenville County near Pelzer on Preston Road. Greenville County Animal Control rounded up dozens of rescued pigs left behind by Happy Hooves Pig Rescue Dec. 16. They corralled the 42 pigs at a house in South Greenville County near Pelzer on Preston Road.
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. - Dozens of pigs left behind by a former upstate rescue group are now living in McDonough, Georgia.  The move happened Monday.

Greenville County Animal Control says it's no longer in possession of any of the animals officers corralled from a house near Pelzer earlier in December.

Court records show the owners of Happy Hooves Pig Rescue were evicted from their property in South Greenville County.

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