On Friday, Strathcona County was granted a court injunction to force Michelle Kropp and her family to remove the pig from their home.
The family will have three months to find the black-and-white porker a new home.
David Churchill of Strathcona County says they appreciate it's a difficult time for the family, but the bylaws must be enforced.
Rory Ziv, the Kropps' lawyer, says he knows his clients will be disappointed.
He says a bylaw review is scheduled for this fall and he hopes the county will change its mind about allowing pot-bellied pigs as pets.
Ziv says Eli will likely be sent to Ontario, but couldn’t say where.
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