A vegan has been ordered to give up a pig she kept in her tiny flat and hand it over to a sanctuary - for a second time in two years.
Alicia Day, 32, originally from New York, claims she feels 'ashamed' after a vet has ruled that the swine - named Pupcia - should be moved to a more suitable home.
This is the second pig she has had taken away from her after her first - Jixy Pixy - was banned from her flat in Ealing, West London by her landlord.
At the time, she sparked outrage for the conditions she kept Jixy Pixy in, but claims she gave him a good life because she gave him baths and took him to Wagamamas.
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Alicia Day, 32, lives in Warsaw, Poland with a pet pig but is giving him to a sanctuary at the end of the month
She now lives in Warsaw, Poland after moving to teach English and claims the pig is being taken from her despite going through all the necessary paperwork.
Ms Day said: 'I went through a very extensive documentation process in order to register as a livestock owner here in Poland.
'I started working on that, on day one - pretty much the day after I landed in this country.'
The pig-lover explained she adopted Pupcia last month but he immediately ran away after she moved in to a flat without a garden.
Ms Day regularly takes her pet pig Pupcia sight-seeing in Warsaw, Poland but will soon have to give him up
The vegan lives in a tiny flat with the four-month old pig which a vet has ruled is unsuitable for a farmyard animal
The four-month-old pig was found by a member of the public and taken to a local farm, where a vet ruled that he needed to be kept in a home with a proper garden.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer