Rescued Pot-Bellied Pig Pays Visit To Oakland Police HQA rescued pig named Vivienne that KPIX 5 reported on last week got to visit her new owner's place of employment Friday: Oakland police headquarters.
Peninsula Humane Society Puts Found Pig Up For AdoptionWhile humane society workers are used to putting animals up for adoption, on Friday the branch of the organization in San Mateo County had an unusual potential pet.
Pig Hunter Rescued After Falling Into Ravine Near HealdsburgSonoma County sheriff’s deputies and crews from Cal Fire and the Healdsburg Fire Department rescued a pig hunter who fell down a ravine west of Healdsburg on Saturday morning.
PETA's Got A Problem With SFO PigAn animal advocacy organization is asking the San Francisco International Airport to hold the pork, after the airport announced earlier this week it had introduced a pig as part of its animal therapy program.
Piglet Found Wandering Loose In SF Mission District Gets New HomeSan Francisco Animal Care and Control officials said the piglet, known as Janice, has been adopted.
Runaway Piglet Stops Traffic In San Francisco's Mission DistrictA runaway piglet stopped traffic in San Francisco’s Mission District Tuesday morning, according to Animal Care and Control officials.
CHP Rescues Loose Pig Along Highway 12 In Sonoma CountyA California Highway Patrol officer rescued a wayward farm animal wandering along state Highway 12 near Santa Rosa Friday morning.
Bright Blue Fat Found In Wild Pig Killed In Morgan HillA wild pig had ranchers in Morgan Hill scratching their heads when it was found to have bright blue colored fat.
Bacon Prices On The Rise As Virus Killing Millions Of Baby Pigs In U.S.A virus never before seen in the U.S. has killed millions of baby pigs in less than a year, and with little known about how it spreads or how to stop it, it’s threatening pork production and pushing up prices by 10 percent or more.
Pig Virus Spreads To Dogs, Killing One Pet In CaliforniaCircovirus was previously thought to only be carried in pigs and parrots.
Richmond Firefighters Pull 200-Pound Pig From Burning HomeFirefighters rescued a pet pig from a burning home in Richmond on Monday night, a Richmond fire battalion chief said. The one-alarm fire was reported around 9:30 p.m. in the 800 block of South 46th Street, Battalion Chief Merlin Turner said.