New Yorkers with pet pigs in a real mess

03/25/2013 | CBS News

New York City's health code does not allow ownership of pigs, and that is putting the pinch on the city's pig owners, who aren't willing to give up their portly pets. Those who have challenged the law, such as Danielle Forgione, contend that pigs make great pets. But the city maintains that the animals are a public health threat because they may become aggressive and can't be vaccinated for rabies.

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