The manhunt — er, pighunt — is over.
After nearly a month of pursuit, Anne Arundel authorities have finally captured both potbelly pigs they say have been "running at large" in the Linthicum area. The second pig was caught Wednesday.
"They're resting," said Robin Small, administrator for Anne Arundel County Animal Control, where the pigs were reunited. "They're snuggling in together."
The pair, first spotted outside an office park near the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in early September, were being fed kale.
"Right now, they're scared," Small said. "But potbelly pigs are very social creatures. They should come around...