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Post  Higster on Wed Apr 27, 2011 2:42 pm

I was in the garden playing games with our bunny, Cloud, one afternoon when something started making odd noises in the conservatory. Tracked the sounds down to a twitching bag of Cactus Compost inside of which was a very grumpy hedgehog!
As the conservatory was quite hot I put it, bag and all, in one of the guinea pig runs with some dried mealworms, hedgehog food and water.
Cloud kept an eye on it until dusk, when he went off duty, but there was no movement reported.
My husband was a little baffled when he got home from work!
Took the run off as it was just going dark and there was no response, but checked later and the hedgehog was gone, as were the mealworms, but the 'proper' food was untouched!
A slightly more eventful afternoon than I'd planned, but a special encounter!


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Post  The Hedgehog Lady on Mon May 02, 2011 8:13 am

Hi Higster and welcome,

Thanks for sharing that with us. Hedgehogs seem to be attracted to plastic bags of every sort! I have even known several hedgehogs over the years that have given birth in bags of compost that were stored in a shed / garage!

Could you let me know please if you have received the package I sent with the card items in.
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