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  • Henrietta: A hog's hard-knock life

    Henrietta, a pig rescued by Chatham County farm animal sanctuary may need amputation and a prosthetic leg due to a large tumor on her leg. Earlier in her life, before coming to the shelter, she was attacked by dogs and lost both of her ears.

Henrietta, a pig rescued by Chatham County farm animal sanctuary may need amputation and a prosthetic leg due to a large tumor on her leg. Earlier in her life, before coming to the shelter, she was attacked by dogs and lost both of her ears. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Henrietta, a pig rescued by Chatham County farm animal sanctuary may need amputation and a prosthetic leg due to a large tumor on her leg. Earlier in her life, before coming to the shelter, she was attacked by dogs and lost both of her ears. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

A hog’s hard-knock life

February 25, 2016 11:53 AM