Update: Georgetown Pet Pig Owner Fighting Ban

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Updated: 7/22/2013 11:24 pm
Cynthia Bruno's pet pig, Hampton, is still allowed to live in Georgetown for now.

Monday night, Bruno asked the city council to allow Hampton to live in the city as a pet after she was told he was not allowed in Georgetown.

Under the current city ordinance, livestock animals are not allowed to live inside city limits, but Bruno believes he is a pet.

The council will allow Hampton to stay for now, and plans to research the issue more before considering the issue at a later meeting.
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Lisa Doan - 7/23/2013 7:03 AM
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Hampton is a sweet pet pig ! He puts alot of smiles on everyones faces !Please everyone say prayer for Cynthia Bruno to be able too keep Hampton!!!

Lisa Doan - 7/23/2013 6:58 AM
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Hampton is sweet pet pig!! He is always putting smiles on everyone's faces!! I will help Cynthia Bruno anyway I can ! Prayers needed for Cynthia to be able too keep her pet pig!!
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