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2nd Feb 2006, 23:50   | tags:


James says:

Cool! Just scooting along outside?

3rd Feb 2006, 00:06

archer says:

Yes, he was just wandering along, having a good sniff like hedgehogs do!

Where I used to live in Salisbury, we had loads of Hedgehogs but this is the first one I've seen in about six years since moving here.

3rd Feb 2006, 00:16

waps77 says:

Cool! Love "hedgepigs" me. I did see the odd one once or twice whilst in Cambridge...very cute :)

3rd Feb 2006, 03:21

melissaamy says:

aww, it is so cute...I want hedgehogs here...we just have porcupines, and they are cute, but not that cute!

3rd Feb 2006, 06:22

Twiglet says:

Great hedgehog!

3rd Feb 2006, 07:24

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3rd Feb 2006, 07:25

kostika says:

Yay!! Hedgepig!! I like hedgepigs.

3rd Feb 2006, 09:54

Sionnach says:

I've seen a fair few wandering about near my flat since I've been in Cambridge. Used to have them in the garden back home in Ireland.

3rd Feb 2006, 11:24

joie says:

They are indeed quite cute creatures. We see quite a few of them on the grassy areas near our house.

I wonder if they taste nice...

4th Feb 2006, 18:15

Reminds me when I was 10... lol. I was playing in the park and saw 2 hedgehogs... They were so cute so I found this box, slid them in it and took them allll the wayyy hooommmeeee. LMAO!!!

Walked in the house, went to the garden and put the box on the floor. Then my mom called me, so i took the box and I walked in the kitchen... showed my Madre. OOHHH NOOO!!! The lecture I got! LMAO!

I had to let the hedgehogs go... :-(
My madre said they may carry some disease or suttin. LoL

6th Feb 2006, 04:30

archer says:

Joie, I did some research regarding the edibility of hedgehogs and found that they are eaten in many cultures.

According to Wikipedia, typically one would bake them in clay or plaster. When the clay or plaster is removed it takes all the spines with it.

This doesn't, of course, mean they taste nice and I do not in anyway condone or recommend the eating of these creatures.

6th Feb 2006, 11:46

culfinglin says:

the hedgehog's adorable. i wonder how different they are from porcupines. can they throw their quills?

23rd Mar 2006, 16:18

frost says:

indeed incredibly cute! not seen one for years

30th Mar 2006, 01:08