"Enzo" is a brave little piglet who survived an unknown incident on North Queen Street in Lancaster, Pennsylvania during morning rush hour. A few women spotted her in the busy street and rushed to her rescue! Enzo was fast, despite an injured, bleeding back leg! This little fighter, believed to be only 2-3 weeks and weighing about 7 lbs, has been an inspiration and brought so much light to everyone who has had the privilege to meet her.
So far, a farm vet visited Enzo at her (current) home and will need to undergo surgery to repair the hernia that is buldging from her stomach. It was likely caused by an infected umbilical cord that was left untreated. This procedure is recommended to be done by weight, not age - so she has to put on some muscle first...our guess it will happen within the next month or so. Enzo will also be spayed at the same time! Two injections were given to relieve pain, reduce swelling and introduce antibiotics as a precaution.
Updates will be provided as they come! Enzo is spending her time exploring the new life that was given to her, in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
Hannah McDonald reporting from WGAL News 8 just a couple hours after the rescue.
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