Thank you for your replies, and thank you Sue for all the information.
Here is some of the latest update, May 29, from the 'Toronto Sun' newspaper:
... the little piggy that didn't go to market, is doing better but still awaiting surgery.
A Good Samaritan saved the piglet Monday after spotting her clinging to the inside shoulder of Hwy. 401, near Mavis Rd.
She's set to have surgery tomorrow to fix a broken ham hock.
Toronto Humane Society officials took in Wiggles -- she had a broken leg and a few scrapes and bruises -- and have been nursing her back to health.
"There is a condition known as Porcine Stress Syndrome, which can be fatal and usually comes about after suffering a traumatic event," said humane society spokesman Ian McConachie, who added that the pig was dehydrated when the animal protection agency took her in. "We needed her to be at 100% before we tried the surgery."
McConachie said Wiggles is doing well, acting more and more like a pig, gobbling up food on her own now.
She's picky, however, choosing to eat only peeled apples.
Because of her near-death experience, Wiggles won't end up on anyone's plate. Officials have vowed to adopt her out to a farm or petting zoo that promises to give her a long life.
Veterinarians had to wait at least three days to fix Wiggles' leg.
The society has received a number of offers from people on farms and at sanctuaries who promise to provide Wiggles with a comfortable home.
"We need to do the surgery to determine the extent of the damage and see if there will be any long-term issues that will have to be dealt with by her new owners, such as mobility constraints," McConachie said. "We are hopeful for a full recovery, but until the surgery is done and we see positive progress on the rehabilitation, we cannot determine where to place her.
"Once we have a better idea of her needs, we will be picking the best location for her where she will be cared for and happy."