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Home Forums Carers / rescuing a hedgehog Help! Two Hedgehogs & a Nervy Newb (long) Reply To: Help! Two Hedgehogs & a Nervy Newb (long)

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Hi NeedlemouseNewb

Welcome to the Forum!

I agree with scoobysue – I wouldn’t worry about it either and in answer to your question – not a serious problem and almost inevitable. But don’t worry too much, mice eat very little in comparison to a hedgehog. They do, though, take food and cache it. So fingers crossed the hogs get there first to get their fair share!

I would leave the houses be for now. Good luck with both the hogs. I hope they do well. I do recommend having a night camera, though – adds a lot of interest to the hedgehog viewing experience, getting an idea of what they get up to when we aren’t looking.

Good luck and happy hog watching!