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Woman fights to keep Emotional Support Pig

Wilbur, the Emotional Support Pig
Wilbur, the Emotional Support Pig

Wilbur, the Emotional Support Pig

Emotional support animals come in all shapes and sizes. This is the case for Karen Padilla of Oklahoma City who is fighting with the city to keep Wilbur, her 200+ pound pot belly pig.

A neighbor reported the emotional support animal to the city, which does not allow pet pigs in homes with less than an acre of land. Although, Karen received a certification for Wilbur, she will have to pay $1,400 to file an appeal with the Oklahoma City Board of Adjustment.

Karen Padilla said that she was willing to fight for her right to keep her lawfully obtained emotional support animal. We will be following this story and posting any updates.


  1. Teresa says: January 23, 2020
  2. Shannon says: September 18, 2019
  3. Trina Sellner says: July 14, 2019

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