Pig rescued from Nebraska floods nursed back to health at CSU
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- A pig that was rescued from floodwaters in Nebraska has been nursed back to health at Colorado State University. The pig, named Love, was rescued with other animals from a farm just north of Omaha. The nonprofit Iowa Farm Sanctuary organized the rescue. According to KWWL, Love was injured when rescuers found her. She had a mass on her rear end and was limping. She was also exhausted and dehydrated.