Stray porker puzzle plea
THIS portly porker is in need of a new home.
Staff at the Crymlyn Bog Nature Reserve were left shocked earlier this week when they discovered a domestic pig had set up residence at the wetland.
Fortunately he has been happy as a pig in mud since he moved in but staff are anxious to trace the owner or get him rehomed.
Reserve manager Jamie Bevan said: "He isn't a wild boar but a domestic pig, he turned up in one of the fields a couple of days ago, he is a typical pig breed.
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"He is happy enough at the moment but I think he has either been dumped here or may have escaped from a local pig-keeper.
"My suspicion is that it has been dumped."
Mr Bevan added he has been in touch with a number of people to see if they knew anything about our abandoned pal.
"I have spoken to a few people to see if they new anything about it," he said. "We will give it a bit of time to establish where he came from, we might have to ring the RSPCA but we would like to rehome it.
"He is quite healthy and he is in with a field with a few horses but the ideal scenario would be for him to go to a pig-keeper, it is a shame he has been left here.
"I wouldn't want him there for too much longer though, not with the cold weather setting in.
"If anyone has any information about the pig they can contact me."
The 300-hectre bog, the largest area of lowland fen in Wales is a designated site of special scientific interest
Can you help? If you can contact Mr Bevan on 01792 326 450.