It always surprises me how hogs seem to know what time it is. However, Tiny Pudding was waiting for me when I took the food out last night. It was a cold and frosty night and Tiny probably wanted to eat and get back to his/her nest. My garden backs onto allotments where the allotment holders are not permitted to use pesticides of any kind whatsoever, so that is encouraging. I informed the secretary of the allotment association of the presence of my hogs, who often trundle about on the allotments when the gardeners have gone home for the night. She was astounded to learn of their existence, never having seen them but she has spread the word among the allotment holders and their response has been very positive, which is excellent.
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