Hedgehog #atozchallenge

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Next to cats and dogs, the next most popular animal on the Internet must be the hedgehog. Why? Because they’re adorable!

These were all taken from the Facebook page Hedgehog Memes. There are many, many more out there. Do you have a favorite?

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Author: John Holton

I'm a writer and blogger who writes and blogs about things that interest me.

31 thoughts on “Hedgehog #atozchallenge”

  1. Hedgehogs are strange little things. In the past I have taken in injured hoggs and cared for them (via the local vet) so I know first hand how fascinating they are. Plus, the cats don’t hunt them – I think the cats find them too slow and boring. Will have to check out that fb page of memes.

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  2. While I’ve never actually met a hedgehog, they certain appear adorable. I’ve always thought of them more as garden creatures in England rather than household pets, but clearly I’m mistaken.

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  3. I love the first one and the one with the tea cups. Hedgehogs were always popular in Germany and Austria because when I was 8, we went to Austria and I bought 2 hedgehog dolls, one boy and one girl dressed in Bavarian outfits. I gave the boy to my fr8end and kept the girl. There were always tons of pictures of hedgehogs having tea, hiking, picking flowers…hahahaaa. I never owned a hedgehog but I always loved what they looked like.

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  4. Hi John – they are a very endangered wildlife creature in the UK … as we’ve built barriers – i.e. garden walls which they can’t get through … so they are very threatened … and are not pets … but they are wonderful to see aren’t they – cheers Hilary

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  5. Hedgehogs really do have the cuteness factor going on. I can’t help but go, “Awwwww!” I have a rubbery hedgehog on my desk that holds in its “spines” business cards, paper clips, and other small thin items. It’s not quite as cute as the real thing, but I don’t have to clean up after it.

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  6. I couldn’t help but think ‘poor hedgehogs’ when I saw the images you shared John. I prefer them wild and left to their natural selves with human kindness only in appropriate ways when they need support. Not knocking your post with my remark there, but I couldn’t pick a favourite from those shown.

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