By JULIE MURPHY
Lory Yazurlo has always had a kinship with animals, especially pigs.
But her passion to care for them at Pig Tales Sanctuary in western Flagler County -- and the uninvited wild hogs that eventually rooted onto her property -- may have led to their ultimate demise.
Nov. 15 was an especially bad day for the physically disabled Yazurlo and the pigs under her care. That's the day workers for the U.S. Department of Agriculture corralled all of the 389 pigs at Pig Tales, herded them onto semi-tractor trailers, and gassed them as they were being transported to Starke for disposal.Despite claims by Yazurlo and her family that she isn't an animal hoarder, Lory Yazurlo will be prominently featured in a National Geographic special about human obsessions called "Taboo: Hoarders." A segment featuring Lory Yazurlo and the private animal sanctuary she operated for 15 years ..." More
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