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  • If you find a small hedgehog, or one lying out in the day.. DON'T IGNORE IT.. IT NEEDS HELP NOW! not tomorrow.
  • Do not leave it to see if it will go away.
  • Do not stick it under a hedge.
  • Pick it up, put it in a DEEP box or carrier with towels or an old fleece jumper,
  • KEEP IT WARM and quiet.
  • Call a rescue immediately
  • Please do not give it anything to eat until you have spoken to somebody, you can offer it a shallow bowl of water only.
  • Please remember these hedgehogs DO NOT ALWAYS HAVE THE LUXURY OF TIME.

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Author Topic: New carer questions  (Read 2128 times)

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Offline Clarer

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #10 on: Friday 24 November 2017_ 23:34:22 »
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Thank you for all your helpful advice Pat x


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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 30 November 2017_ 06:18:15 »
Clare, I’ve been trying to send you a pm and it just won’t work for some reason.
If you don’t mind  pm ing me(if it works for you)your email address, I’ll send you an email.
Patx

Offline Clarer

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 07 December 2017_ 09:17:43 »
Found another one last night! If I find any more I’ll have to move the bed out of the spare bedroom.  ;D

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 07 December 2017_ 21:19:19 »
Clare I’m having a go at sending you this message. Just to include the format your email came in!!!
I can’t work it out. Can you write it out for me please
Ta
Patx


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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 10 December 2017_ 22:02:17 »
Two of the three hogs have broken the 400g barrier! I’m very proud they are putting on weight ...these little creatures are just so adorable :)

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #15 on: Monday 11 December 2017_ 05:53:25 »
So pleased to hear that!
Excellent news.
Patx

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #16 on: Monday 11 December 2017_ 21:12:02 »
nice to hear they are doing well bless them,you must be doing something right well done.i too found a baby hog this time of year he wieghed 250 g. when i released him he was 1,100 g this was two years ago now,i believe he still visits my garden .ifed him on royal canin babycat biscuits he came on really well good luck.

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #17 on: Monday 11 December 2017_ 21:27:03 »
nice to hear they are doing well bless them,you must be doing something right well done.i too found a baby hog this time of year he wieghed 250 g. when i released him he was 1,100 g this was two years ago now,i believe he still visits my garden .ifed him on royal canin babycat biscuits he came on really well good luck.
That’s lovely, I hope my little hogs come back to my garden

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Re: New carer questions
« Reply #18 on: Monday 11 December 2017_ 21:28:39 »
Just been out to the bin with some rubbish and found a hedgehog at the food bowl! Weighed in at 400g so I’ve got a fourth guest for Christmas  ;D

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