Potbellied Pig's Owner Comes Forward

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    A pot-bellied pig, named Bacon, was reunited with her owner on Tuesday. Bacon escaped through a hole in the fence.

    Arlington police say the owner of a potbellied pig found roaming the streets Friday has come forward to claim the pig.

    The female pig, named, appropriatelyl, "Bacon," was wandering the neighborhood near Kent Drive and Sherry Street in East Arlington Friday at around noon.

    Arlington Animal Services told NBC 5 the pig's owner, a 17-year-old girl, and her mother will claim Bacon sometime Tuesday afternoon.

    Police assumed Bacon was someone's pet since she would get upset if someone wasn't constantly petting her.

    Pot-Bellied Pig Found in Arlington

    [DFW] Pot-Bellied Pig Found in Arlington
    Animal Services is trying to find the owner of a very friendly pot-bellied pig found roaming an East Arlington neighborhood Friday.

    The city said it received interest from people who wanted to adopt the potbellied pig if the owner didn't come forward.