Is This Your Giant Stuffed Pig? Ventura County Sheriff’s Officials Want to Know.

On Monday night, someone called the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department with an odd request — to come deal with a giant stuffed animal abandoned at the Camarillo Metrolink station.

It was a pig. A big, fat, cuddly pig. Sheriff’s officials named her Petunia. 

You know what they say: if you name it, you’ll want to keep it. And it looks like the VCSD has already grown attached. If no one comes forward to claim the pig, they say they’ll keep it as a mascot.

Can you help find Petunia’s rightful owner?

Image Credit: Ventura County Sheriff's Office


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