Francesca McAndrews was on her way to work at Pennsylvania's Lancaster General Hospital when she spotted something unusual: a pig running in and out of traffic. She stopped her car to go save the pig and sent her boss a selfie with the animal, explaining she was going to be late for work.
McAndrews brought the pig, who she named Enzo, to a local vet who discovered the animal had a hernia, most likely sustained while falling from a livestock truck. While Enzo is being fostered by Lorrie Dunn, who owns several pigs of her own, McAndrews is working to raise money for the pig's surgery.
A pair of local businesses are hosting events in Enzo's honor while Francesca is running a GoFundMe page in hopes of raising $2-thousand to cover the hernia surgery and recovery. So far, the campaign has raised over $13-thousand-3-hundred.
Source: Lancaster Online