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My garden of ”HOGGY DELIGHTS”

Home Forums Hedgehog signs and sightings My garden of ”HOGGY DELIGHTS”

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    Last year we realised we had a Hoggy in our garden, & by leaving out a choice of food, & water every night, we eventually had visits every night. A feeding station (plastic storage box, & pipe to keep the cats away) & a homemade wooden house with compartments, & removable roof, was obviously what made our garden a very desirable area to “live!”
    This year we have possibly 7 different visitors, each with their own distinct habitats. I now wear earplugs to bed, due to the amount of noise coming from my patio, huffing n puffing, food bowls being pushed around the patio, shuffling around under the ivy, & scrunching over my seaside pebbles. Oh & shaking their bodies which makes their spines sort of rattle.
    My garden has no longer has colourful flowers in pots n baskets, just dried up old compost. The reason being every couple of weeks I visit our local garden/animal shop & spend my money on hog food, which puts I bigger smile on my face & greater happiness then a silly old plant😁


    Sounds like you’ve created a lovely hoggy habitat 🙂

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