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Hedgehog sleeping in hog house entrance

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    I’ve had a hog living in one of my hog houses for a couple of months, he worried me this morning when I found him asleep in the entrance of the house, when I got too close he scurried into the house. I’ve left some food at the entrance in case he was hungry, but could he have just got too warm and come out for some air, or do I need to get him some help?


    If he scurried off when he noticed you he’s probably fine, but just keep an eye for a few day’s. Are you sure it’s a he? It could be a female with babies ( unlikely at this time of year but not unheard of )


    I noticed a small one in my entrance the other night. There is another hog that uses my house so presume that’s why he was in the entrance.

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