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Home Forums Hedgehog tales Shock in the night with Hedgehog and Badger (hedgie okay) Reply To: Shock in the night with Hedgehog and Badger (hedgie okay)


Hi, thanks for that valuable info. Don’t worry we will keep our eyes peeled, there was no blood on the floor where it happened, on the towel or in the summerhouse where he’d been. Couldn’t see any blood on the hog or spins either, but like you say it is difficult to see but he did uncurl eventually. The fact he was so incredibly vocal saved his life, as he woke me up. Luckily it wasn’t such a difficult decision to shout and clap out of the window first before going downstairs. As going downstairs straight away would have added quite a bit of time on to him having to endure the attack. Although at the point I found him the badger hadn’t been able to unroll him as yet. Regards hedgehog holes, we have one between our garden and our neighbours, the hedgehogs made it themselves a while ago before we realised we had any visiting. There’s also one between us and our other neighbours, past that point we’ve not found anyone that is interested in hedgehogs I’m afraid. But I’m trying to spread the word.