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Snuffles and friends.

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    Hi All, not posted on here for ages, just wanted to give you all an update.

    This year has been a good year for myself with Hedgegogs visiting and using the garden.
    Four in total have continued to use and visit my garden, Snuffles (my old faithful male), Casanova (male), Dynamo (male) and Muffin (female).

    During the summer months I had to capture Dynamo as it looked like he had string caught round his leg, which ended up to be a very long piece of dried grass, I was so nervous, but armed with gloves, a box and a towel I managed to sort him out and he behaved really well, wasn’t scared at all. I shall add a photo to the adult hedgehog album.

    Muffin was a young hedgehog from the end of last year, she has grown well, hoping next year she well have young.

    Some really good news is that I have a hoglet that looks really well, eating plenty and filling one of the hedgehog homes with hay.
    Really good to see the hedgehogs are breeding and doing well in the area I live in.

    Over and out……


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    Hi Julie

    It’s good to hear from you again.

    It’s lovely to hear how Snuffles and co. are getting on. Well done for helping Dynamo out – hope he stays out of trouble in future!

    I hope they all have a successful hibernation – maybe one in one of your hog homes by the sound of things!


    Thank you Nic.

    The area I live seems to have done well this year with hoglets so fingers crossed may it continue.
    The new hoglet is doing well, still using one of the homes and from the video clips I have been viewing, it is packing on some weight.

    May all our hoggies have a successful hibernation.

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