It seems Magnolia is home to all sorts of animals, peacefully coexisting… dogs, cats, tons of birds (including chickens), the odd reptile or two.? Now feral pigs? MV reader Brent writes:
Curious if I was the only one to have noticed this.Tuesday evening (Actually Wednesday morning) @ 12:40AM I was alerted by my dogs that something was afoot outside. I then heard what I thought to be grunting followed by squealing, I had to investigate. Looking out my bedroom window, which faces 32nd Ave, I was dumbfounded to see a mother feral pig and 3 piglets in tow walking down the sidewalk. I watched them until they strode out of sight as they approached the pool parking lot across from Albertsons.Confused, I crawled back into bed, only to be roused again by my dogs running to the back door. Apparently the pigs worked their way to the alley between our home and the elementary school playground and headed North.Has anyone else seen these pigs? Are they living in Discovery Park, or perhaps some unkempt yard in the neighborhood? Or is this some un-documented species of pig that is indigenous to Magnolia?
All right, neighbors…?get to work.? Please send your photos.