Daisy`s new playmate...

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  1. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Did not seem bothered with the dog barking and prancing around him/her. :D

    One of the culprits for the illusive Black Poo on the lawn.. :RollEyes::rofl:

    A little baby one, :inlove: Taken last night..

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    Armytwowheels Funster Life Member

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    Poor Daisy, she is soon to meet the only dog who will hate her!

    We promise to protect you Daisy.
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    Watch out for fleas on the hedgehogs getting on to Daisy, Mo.

    Be wary of the loveable looking Border Terrier. :eek:
     
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    She may be a bit small to hibernate and as the weather is becomig colder, you could supplement er natural food with some dog or cat food .
     
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    Nice one Mo, feel very privileged on Springwatch earlier this year they said we are down to around 1,000,000 in the whole country o_O

    It feels like in my lifetime I have seen that many squashed on the road :( at least we hardly see that any more (y)

    We have a field behind us and regularly get a family in our garden (y) also very rarely find a slug because of it (y)
     
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    @Jenben has most of them in her garden, non left for the rest of us!

    We have a lot of hedgehog activity on the campsite at the moment. They can't half move fast to defend their patch against other hogs.
     
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