Travelers flying out of San Francisco airport may be comforted by LiLou, the world's first therapy pig


San Francisco International Airport has the world's first airport therapy pig, Reuters reported.

The pig is 5-year-old LiLou, who wears a pilot uniform and has bright red painted nails.

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San Francisco International Airport became the first in the world to have a therapy pig when it added 5-year-old LiLou to its "Wag Brigade" therapy animal team, Reuters reported. Amid problems in San Francisco like homelessness and traffic, LiLou represents the regional airport's attempt to make the space more livable, inviting, and friendly. Here's a look at the life of LiLou, and what it means to be a therapy pig working in one of the country's busiest airports:
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