Bluffton resident Brooke Fisher leaves the palatial pen of her 250-pound pot-bellied pigs Homer and Hamlet Wednesday morning. Fisher is contesting the town of Bluffton's decision to deny her a permit to keep the family pets and fears if the decision stands she will have to euthanize her children's pets because of their size.
Bluffton resident Brooke Fisher leaves the palatial pen of her 250-pound pot-bellied pigs Homer and Hamlet Wednesday morning. Fisher is contesting the town of Bluffton's decision to deny her a permit to keep the family pets and fears if the decision stands she will have to euthanize her children's pets because of their size. Drew Martin, The Island Packet
Bluffton resident Brooke Fisher leaves the palatial pen of her 250-pound pot-bellied pigs Homer and Hamlet Wednesday morning. Fisher is contesting the town of Bluffton's decision to deny her a permit to keep the family pets and fears if the decision stands she will have to euthanize her children's pets because of their size. Drew Martin, The Island Packet

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