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25 Years

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    This is the 25th year we’ve been lucky enough to have hedgehogs calling at our house. Sometimes we’ve had two, but most times it is only one. They eat the cat meat I put outside that our cat does not eat. This years hedgehog is by far the greediest and the cheekiest, he started calling just over a week ago, ate everything that was outside, and if I put another packet of catmeat out he ate that too. Last night the dish was empty so he stayed halfway down the drive until I filled the dish and then he came and devoured it all. I don’t know whether he/she is hungry or if they are stocking up after the long winter hibernation. Its a pleasure to see them every night about 11.30 -12.


    I’m only on my 4th year after a long abscence of not seeing a hog so hope it continues.

    One of the hogs visiiting my garden seems to employ simalar tactics to yours of late. It hoovers up what is on offer then, when it disappears, I top up the food for other hogs to eat.

    However I’m pretty sure this particular hog has worked out that the food miraculously reappears if he goes off and comes back so it returns for second helpings an hour or so later! I know it is the same hog as it has a few distinctive features.

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