This little piggy has found her way home.
Princess Kevina, a kunekune cross who was rescued by SPCA Auckland in March, has been adopted after spending six months at the Animal Village in Mangere.
The pig, whose homeless plight appeared in the Manukau Courier last month, now lives in Waiuku with policewoman Lorraine Borrell, her husband and two sons Ryan, 12, and Mason, 10.
The Borrells' 10-acre lifestyle block is also home to a wide array of animals, including three horses, five cows and another kunekune pig, Preston.
Mrs Borrell says the family had been looking for a friend for Preston for quite some time when they spotted Princess Kevina on the SPCA website.
And the pig is already making her mark on the farm.
"She's put Preston in his place basically and told him that she will be boss about the place," Mrs Borrell says.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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