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Offline Kat

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Put some cat food out...
« on: Apr 17, 17, 08:44 PM »
...coz our hedgehogs have come out of hibernation and they're VERY hungry!

They seem to have got used to me, coz they don't freeze, when I go up to them which is kinda groovy. :)

They seem to like bread, too, which surprised me, a bit.

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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #1 on: Apr 17, 17, 11:56 PM »
Lovely to have those special visitors in your garden, & they trust you.  :)
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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #2 on: Apr 18, 17, 09:54 AM »
I have some of the birds eating from my hand! Magpies and collared doves, mainly. But, the local robin does, too, along with some gold coloured things which I haven't identified, as yet. :)

The squirrels seem to think we're their local pantry.

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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #3 on: Apr 18, 17, 11:50 PM »
We have Magpies that eat out of our hands too, & mudlarks which are a little more timid, also lorikeets etc.,
we also seem to have neighbours cats dropping in for snacks & company.  ;D

Have a little frog in the garden also that I leave a bowl of water for.  ;D
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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #4 on: Apr 19, 17, 11:12 AM »
We get frogs, occasionally. Heaven knows where they come from, coz there's nothing pond-like, here. Used to get them a lot, in Essex, coz we had a big pond.

The only pond life, now, is in government. Heaven help us, if they get in for another term...

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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #5 on: Apr 19, 17, 02:12 PM »
We have cut holes in the bottom of our fence to hopefully let hedgehogs in, but the wildlife camera only shows cats. We do have some amphibians in the garden, likely to be both frogs and toads, come across adults from time to time and we have tadpoles in the main fishpond. We moved some tadpoles to the newest pond which will be for wildlife only, no fish.
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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #6 on: Apr 19, 17, 07:42 PM »
I have two Frogs living with me at the moment, my No.1 daughter and granddaughter over on a weeks holiday from Franceland..............oh wait, wrong thread.... :yup:
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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #7 on: Apr 19, 17, 10:50 PM »
We thought it was raining frogs one year as there were dead ones in the garden, but think birds may have dropped them as there's a creek about 100 yards away.  :)
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Re: Put some cat food out...
« Reply #8 on: Apr 23, 17, 09:56 PM »
Heck!

We should be OK for hedgies, this year, as they were at it, just now. They're not quiet at their lovemaking, are they?

 ;D

The bats are flying around the house, too, tonight. Spring has sprung.

Pity the weather's going to go all shite, again, over the next few days. They've even forecast snow, in Scotland.