Do pot-bellied pigs actually weight over 200 pounds? Pony! read the whole story at http://tinyurl.com/rw8mw Neighbors squeal E-I-E-I-NO! With an oink-oink here and an oink-oink there, a Lake Forest woman's three big piggies send residents wee-wee-wee all the way to City Hall By Susan Kuczka Tribune staff reporter Published July 12, 2006 Three not-so-little pigs have created a ruckus among Lake Forest residents who contend farm animals don't belong in their storybook community. Nearly 250 residents recently signed a petition asking the city to force removal of the pigs from Estelle Gonzalez Walgreen's $3.3 million colonial-style mansion on Sheridan Road, one of the poshest addresses on the North Shore. They complain that the pigs are disrupting their tranquillity with obnoxious noises, including grunts, snorts, oinks and belches, and fouling the air with offensive odors, especially after they load up on hay. "No one wants these pigs here," said Kathleen Murphy, who in addition to asking friends and neighbors to sign her anti-pig petition, sued in June, claiming the swine shouldn't be allowed to live next door to her family's custom-built brick home. But Walgreen, who brought the 200-pound-plus pigs to her 2.3-acre wooded lot in May after her divorce from Charles R. Walgreen, a grandson of the drugstore founder, said Tuesday that she won't give up the pigs without a fight. "I love the pigs. I find them so intelligent, so docile and very loving," said Walgreen, a businesswoman and mother of two children, ages 7 and 10. "But what I'm most concerned about are my children. These are their pets, and they're very worried they're going to be gone. We're all distressed to find ourselves under attack."