CHICAGO, March 12 (UPI) -- A woman who kept three large pigs in one of Chicago's toniest suburbs is facing a foreclosure sale of her 138-year-old mansion.
Neighbors will not be sad to see Estelle Walgreen leave her Lake Forest home after fighting over her pot-bellied pets for several years, The Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday.
Walgreen is the former wife of Charles R. Walgreen whose family started the national drugstore chain that bears their name.
Walgreen and her neighbors butted heads just days after she and her pigs moved into their six-bedroom, 6,810 square foot estate on Sheridan Road.
Her immediate neighbors, Robert and Kathleen Murphy, complained about the noise and odor generated by the pigs, but Lake Forest aldermen amended the city's animal regulation code to allow the pigs to say until 2011, the newspaper said.
Walgreen is facing foreclosure of her home because of a business failure.
She says she does not know where she and her animal family will go.