'Inevitable': Firefighters Rescued Piglets From A Barn Fire, Then Ate Them

Firefighters who saved pig's bacon have them served as sausages to say thank you

They saved their bacon and were given sausages

A farmer in England chose to thank the firefighters who rescued her piglets from a blaze earlier this year, by serving them sausages made from the rescued pigs.

Firefighters responding to the blaze rescued two sows and 18 piglets that were trapped in the barn, the BBC reported.

Months later, in a somewhat controversial move, farm manager Rachel Rivers thanked the firefighters for their hard work by sending them some sausages. sausages made from the very piglets they had saved from that fire. A package of sausages soon arrived at the Pewsey fire station, where appreciative firefighters promptly threw a barbecue.

The animals were given a six-month stay of execution after being rescued.

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Farm owner Canon Gerald Osbourne added: "An inevitable part of farming is the death of an animal which gives us the food to eat".

Some Facebook users called the story "horrible" while others said pigs were reared for bacon and sausages.

After firefighters rescued piglets from a raging barn fire, they were served up to them as sausages for a reward.

Eighteen piglets and two sows were rescued from a hay fire sparked by an electrical fault.

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Meanwhile, PETA says the piglets may as well have just died in the fire.

Six months later, the moment arrived to send the now-grown pigs to the slaughterhouse - and the farmers didn't forget their promise.

The fire station later removed the post and apologized after receiving some irate responses from the community.

"What if these firefighters had "saved" a human child or a dog?" said Mimi Bekhechi from Peta. "I promised them at the time I'd bring down some sausages for them, which they were all pleased about", Rivers told the Telegraph. And, at the end of the day, she is running a farm.

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