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Hopefully she will come back – I have a storage box with high sides, that will have to do, It would have been better to have a cat carrier though.
Because she wasn’t scared, it might be easier for the hedgehog hospital to look after, perhaps she wants to be looked after and get better.
Why do hedgehogs walk slowly rather than scuttle about like they usually do? Could it be old age, or just being very unwell?
I hope that fox didn’t get her. If I didn’t come close to her last night, and shoo away the fox, the fox would have had her no doubt. Thankfully, as she stopped to have a look at me, it gave a few seconds for the fox to disappear, that might have just saved her – but the fox might have come back.
If I don’t see her tonight, I’m gonna think the fox has got her. I’m gonna have to check outside every 15mins tonight so I don’t miss her.