Back in February, firefighters from a Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to a plantation in Wiltshire, England.
Flames had engulfed a stable there, where pigs were trapped inside. The firefighters finished adult saving a lives of 18 baby pigs and dual sows, though only months later, they had no problem eating a grown-up piglets.
After a fire, rancher Rachel Rivers was so beholden to a firefighters that she betrothed them a present in a future…
…which incited out to be piglets from a spawn they’d saved — only not alive. Six months after they were discovered from a fire, a piglets were slaughtered. “I wanted to appreciate [the firefighters],” Rivers said. “I betrothed them during a time I’d move down some sausages for them, that they were all gratified about.”
The group grilled and ate a sausages done from a piglets this week, observant they were happy to finally “sample a fruits of [their] labour.” Understandably, some informed with their story are uneasy by this.