Friday, 10 June 2016

Horace and Doris

We have two regular little visitors to the hedgehog feeding station, a 'dinner date' every single night :)

The other week, Len managed to catch them with this photo:
I just LOVE that one of them is peering right at Len, apparently it was very curious and not in the least bit shy. So sweet how it has its paw up on the raised paving stone as if to say 'Where's the knife and fork then?'. And, if you look closely, you can see the very tip of its little pink tongue as well. That's what I CALL cute :)

I'd like to play over at Annie's 'Friday Smiles' - why not come along?

Psst, we've been away as said, but it was a lovely break in Germany - and no real outside camping involved. More on Sunday's Snippets :)

Di
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36 comments:

  1. Slinking in her with my head hanging low Di, sorry I haven't been around any in such a long time. Hoping to be better about that again. I so love those cute hedgies!!!! I've never seen a real one before, they are totally and utterly adorable! Glad to hear you have been on holiday, can't wait to read all about it! Hugs, Brenda

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  2. oh how cute are those hedgies!? Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. Oh my, how adorable! Love their names :) xxx

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  4. Very cute, they don't look at all camera shy
    Jane

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  5. Oooh - so very cute :-) Glad you had a great time and I look forward to some pikkies :-D xxxxxxxxxx

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  6. Awww Di I LOVE hedgies and these are the cutest..you lucky lady having them visit. Glad you enjoyed your teacher's training ;0) xx

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  7. They are fab - very useful with all these slugs about! x Jo

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  8. How fantastic, don't think I have ever see a better pic of a hedgie.

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  9. Oh I do love this photo Di, we have hedgehogs here too...but not been able to get a photo. :( Boy they do make a noise. !!!

    xx

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  10. Awh! There cute. Glad you had a good time. My hot mail is still playing up. Hugs Mrs A.

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  11. Aw! Those hedgehogs are so lovely! We don't get any around here. I used to have a friend in the UK who had hedgehogs in her garden and fed them regularly. I think a lot of urban hedgehogs depend on people feeding and sheltering them. So well done you! Horace and Doris, such cute names!
    Blessings,
    Lisca

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  12. Awwwwwwww!! Cute, cute,cute,!

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  13. Ooooh so cute so lovely to see them and to know they are in your garden and for Len to get so close and take this amazing photo......Thanks Di for sharing this l wish l still had mine but l haven't seen any evidence of it being in the garden hope you enjoy your day take care x

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  14. Such a sweet photo and look forward to hearing all about your adventures on Sunday.
    Kath x

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  15. LOVE, love, love them!! Really sooooo cute! You choosed for them two fabulous names! :D
    Doris is also the name of one of my kittens (she is Dory, I think it's the abbreviation of Doris):D

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  16. Oh Di they are sooooo cute. Thank you for sharing and joining in the fun this week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  17. Oh! GREAT SHOT Len!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  18. A lovely photo and certainly very cute. Glad you enjoyed your trip. Barbxx

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  19. What a fabulous photo of your nighttime visitors Di, well captured by Len. Glad you had a good trip. x

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  20. What a treat, you are so lucky to see them so close. So glad you enjoyed your trip and it wasn't camping. I have vowed never to do that again!

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  21. What little sweeties. I had no idea that hedgies had wee masks on their faces.

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  22. They are so sweet, We have a small animal hospital just down the road from us and they always have lots of hedgehogs in there, they seem good at getting into trouble maybe because they go hunting for food but your two look as though they have found a safe place. Have a great weekend, Angela x

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  23. Fabulous photo, they are so sweet. Glad you enjoyed your break. Cara x

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  24. They are super cute. Since I've never seen one in person I just checked, and nope, they aren't found here in North America (or South America, either. We have possums and armadillos, neither of which is cute.

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  25. Oh, my gosh, Di, what a TREAT!!!!!!!!!!! After all these years of Spike being so elusive, I'm thrilled that Horace and Doris (love it!!) are being very social and allowing Len to take photographs! They top my imaginary hamster Big Time!! I'm changing all my travel plans so I can spend one night at your house and see them up close and in person!! (Glad that Germany went well!) Hugs, Darnell

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  26. What a fabulous photo and they look so, so, cute.

    Kath x

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  27. I love your little hedgehog visitors. This is a super photo of them. They know where they are well off, to keep coming every night. Kate x

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  28. Wow what a wonderful photo, the way his head is resting on his paw so cute.

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  29. How adorable is this! That's great that they let Len get so close and take their picture. Glad you had a nice little getaway and happy to see you back.

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  30. Aaaah you have made mine and my 9 year old son's day (he so love hedgehogs), hope you had a good time on your hols, Luv Sam x

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  31. I call that cute too. You are so lucky to have those little guys in your garden. Lovely.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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