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definately addictive – which is hopefully working to their advantage currently as interest in them rises.
A friend of mine also posted me a note yesterday evening to say she has spotted a fat hog in her garden for the first time in about 10 years – so immediately put out some water and cat biscuits. (I did suggest that if considered ‘fat’ could be a pregnant female – woo hoo!)
I suspect they have always been there – but the weather encourages them to garden forage as gardens are watered typically when very hot and they can scavenge what drops from bird tables with the ground too hard to find earthworms and beetles etc.

Undoubtedly a lifesaver for them.