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Home Forums Carers / rescuing a hedgehog Daylight hedgehog: is my new feeding station starving them? Reply To: Daylight hedgehog: is my new feeding station starving them?


The rescued hedgehog is now called Houdini. It’s very active and I’m glad I placed the big rescue box inside an even bigger cardboard one. It’s so active it’s tempting to let it go….but it was out in the open during the day and yes, I’d like to get its leg checked out. I’m no expert but it does seem to be sticking out behind it.

A local carer said I should be worried if the hoglet is under 300gms. I think. I’d better check.

The mother and baby were out after dark this evening, and the little one zooms around like a little race car.