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August 10, 2007

Terrell County -- Good news about a homeless pig we told you about Thursday night.

Apparently, someone dumped this friendly pot-belly pig in a rural area of Terrell County.

The county's code enforcement officer picked her up near Highway 32 this week, and prisoners at the Terrell County Correctional Institution have been caring for the pig.

After seeing our story Thurday night, a lot of people called wanting to adopt the oinker.

A farmer from Webster County is the lucky one. He'll pick up his new pet Saturday.

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