Oh the dilemma of hedgehogs.
When I was new here I had a HH visitor with a bad back leg- Mr Ejjy.
It was amputated and he made a good recovery. I was in touch with the local wildlife place although Mr E stayed at the vet. I had read that amputees should be released into enclosed gardens but the wildlife place said the new theory was to release back where found so that they could be free and still breed.
So he came back here and I followed my instructions. I caught him on camera leaving the box at 1 AM and never saw him again. I was gutted and wondered if I had been given the right info.
So to Siili and doubting yourself, we can only do what we can do and a free hedgehog- I would guess- has to be a happier hog. I hope she is still showing up.
I wonder what Igel has been up to?
Still no sign of Cyclopsina and sadly I fear the worst as the timing of the different circumstances of ill and dead hoglets and her disappearance don’t bode well.
On a brighter note 2 boys are visiting regularly but no hoglets.
Fingers crossed for Siili- What a fighter!
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