Baby Hedgehog

Personally I can’t stand the vermin, but this is cute. Though I’m not sure how the mother hedgehog feels giving birth to that!

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  • Brian Smaller

    I always thought that hedgehogs abandoned their young if they were handled or the nest disturbed. Not sure at what age though. 

    Whale Рwe love hedgehogs in our garden Рthey keep the snails and grubs away from our vegetables.  It is a relationship that works out well for the hedgehogs and for us.

    • http://www.whaleoil.co.nz Whaleoil

      Until you get a terrier

      • Brian Smaller

         That is true I guess. They are pretty much immune to our two Maremmas. 

      • Gazzaw

        Wendyl Nissan would have you believe that terriers are more vermin-like than hedgehogs.

      • LesleyNZ

        Or a Jack Russell whose real name should be Ricocheting Bullet! Chews just about anything so sure he would give the hedgehog a go!

  • AzaleaB

    My choc lab (she)¬†loves to play with them…which usually involves a human rescue for all parties sakes. Mind you, she has prefers more mobile game and recently brought home a rabbit off the farm and a large water rat from one of the ponds.

  • Jimmie

    Yeah our black lab likes barking like a high pitched school girl at hedgehogs and then carries them around in his mouth. I try to discourage it as wouldn’t take much to get an infection from one of the quills.

  • Pokerface

    No such thing as a “breach birth” in hedgehogs. No-one lives to tell the tail ;-)¬†
    A friend had a Ridgeback that would gently carry them round in his mouth for ages.

  • johnbronkhorst

    Jacinta Ardern??????…Cute but far too prickly!!!!
    Or….trevours offspring…….proving….being a prick is hereditory!!!

  • tarkwin

    That’s one mean mullet, bogans everywhere dream of looking like this.

  • Cows4me

    What’s the difference between a Liarbore parliamentary limousine and a hedgehog?

    The hedgehog has the pricks on the outside, the limousine on the inside.

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