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You can usually find a local rescue centre by putting it into your search engine. That is how I found two in my area. They are more pro-active and will collect the little chaps usually. My mummy hog is quite happy in the house on her own now, no sign at all of the other young ones but as you said Nic they may have been big enough to survive. I am hoping so anyway. Food is still being eaten, possibly by more than one visitor as well as big mummy. I am going to check up on my two little hoglets at some point to see if they have survived. The lady from the rescue centre said they don’t always. She said that sometimes when she puts them into some heated accommodation it brings out the lungworm and they die. A shame but hopefully mine will be ok. They looked healthy enough anyway. So glad we have this site to look to for advice.

Cheers, Elsie.