Shortly before the Yom Kippur fast began, while hundreds of parents and children were walking in the center of the neighborhood while the children were riding bicycles, a herd of pigs arrived at the square in the center of Carmelia. The band consisted of a number of young individuals and two large adults. The pigs, without any fear of humans, arrived at the square and “grazed” on the spot.
The residents of the neighborhood also continued their walks without fear, and it seems that there is “coexistence” in the place. At one point a dog was seen chasing the pigs, who left the place with a light run.
As reported a few weeks ago on Ynet, the Haifa municipality is investing great efforts in removing the pigs from populated centers. Among other things, the activity of tying up the bins continues, to prevent returnees from turning them in search of food, blocking the passages from the wadis to neighborhoods, and changing the vegetation that the municipality plants in public spaces, to make it less attractive to animals. Another element in the struggle is fines for residents of Haifa who feed the pigs.
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