Unusual Animal Stories From a Florida Community Association

Neighborhoods in central Florida get a lot more unusual animals than you would think. In the Royal Highlands community in Leesburg, Florida they have seen it all from cows to coyotes to pigs. One resident told us that one day she got a call about a “drunk” cow wandering around the streets. She says that the cow was acting in a drunkenly manner due to the fact that it had eaten a few Lantana plants.   In the same association a landscaper saw a group of piglets calling a thicket on the main boulevard home. I think it is safe to say that both the landscaper and the piglets were both very surprised. The animals we see around here vary greatly from the local species of alligators and squirrels to the not so local species of pigs and coyotes.   In the next few weeks we will be sharing unusual animal sightings from around Florida.  Do you have an unusual animal story, please share it with us.

Pigs seen at Royal Highlands Community Associaiton

Pigs seen at Royal Highlands Community Associaiton

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