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    Last week I saw the young hedgehog that frequents my feeders having a fight with a slug it kept slipping out of its paws and mouth (might provide it with a cocktail stick).
    Last night it was trying to catch mice that I had seen earlier in the day checking hog feeding stations. Tonight its dash for the hog food first, mice later.
    The mice are not the only animals doing that starlings, blackbirds, feral pigeons and the neighbours cat (with access for the later now restricted). They start at the crack of dawn before I get up so I can’t tell if the hog has been or not sometimes.


    So let me get this clear – did I read that your Hog was trying to catch mice?

    Wow, I didn’t know they would do that? Perhaps it’s going through an identity crisis and identifies as a cat?


    Interesting report, thanks Steve. A friend of mine described something similar to me a few years ago:


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