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When the hedgehogs arrived we were in the highlands.  Thank you to everyone who helped build the new home.  We asked our 4 year old grandson to name our new hedgehog and he insisted on Hedji so that is her Read more…


Think I will have to apply for planning permission for a larger restaurant. The adult hog is Rosie, and the smaller baby is her offspring. They all seem to get along well and meet up every night a number of Read more…


There are lots of ways you can help hedgehogs at this time of year as they’re trying to bulk up in time for hibernation over the cold winter months. Check out the Hedgehog Street free A-Z guide for helping hedgehogs Read more…


We were very lucky to be one of the homes for the second hedgehog release sites ! Our beautiful hedgehog which has finally been named as “Snuffles” has settled in really well and is eating up all of his food Read more…


Hester aka the Sutton Hog has decided not to look a gift horse in the mouth and take up residence in the hog house.  She moved in taking some of her favourite leaves with her.  I am pleased to report Read more…


Our poor hedgehogs seem to have been given the unfortunate names spikey 1 and spikey 2, although spikey 1 is being nicknamed ‘gutsy’ on account of how much it eats!


We have a male and female hog moved into our pen and are very amused by the friendliness of one of them, not at all shy, will approach a person, has explored the whole pen and eats a full pouch Read more…

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