Local

July 11, 2014 4:46 PM

65 pigs avoid ‘hog heaven’ and live on in Lexington County sanctuary

So maybe it’s a mite pig-headed to say that Susan Allen is happy as a pig in mud, but consider this: the 54-year-old woman is living her life’s dream on a farm called Wee Pigs Sanctuary, where she has rescued 65 pigs from bad endings that invariably began when someone purchased a cute little pig which then got big.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Body of teenager missing after boating accident found in Murrells Inlet 01:25

Body of teenager missing after boating accident found in Murrells Inlet

Former detective explains his 'deep, dark secret' he doesn't want anyone at church to know about 00:38

Former detective explains his 'deep, dark secret' he doesn't want anyone at church to know about

Former detective says sexual escapades common in Horry Police Department 04:00

Former detective says sexual escapades common in Horry Police Department

Myrtle Beach weather forecast for 5.25 01:28

Myrtle Beach weather forecast for 5.25

New Horry Board of Education member sworn in 00:24

New Horry Board of Education member sworn in

The week ahead for the Myrtle Beach area 01:32

The week ahead for the Myrtle Beach area

Funding for two Horry school renovations up in the air 00:20

Funding for two Horry school renovations up in the air

Dan Liu video that was aimed at easing investor apprehension 01:10

Dan Liu video that was aimed at easing investor apprehension

Carolina Forest HS seniors take on extra project to petition Myrtle Beach leaders to rethink parking changes 02:16

Carolina Forest HS seniors take on extra project to petition Myrtle Beach leaders to rethink parking changes

Bike Week Saturday In Murrells Inlet 00:54

Bike Week Saturday In Murrells Inlet

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos