Mainly Birding, but anything I see on my wanderings, sometimes with the Westies
Good for you daughter, for saving this cute critter.. Thank you for linking up to Saturday's Critters.Have a happy weekend!
great shot of the hedgehog
Great save ~ good for her :)
Córka uratowała być może jeżykowi życie. Taka wrażliwość jej jest cudowna. Pozdrawiam.Daughter saved perhaps the language lives. Such sensitivity to her is wonderful. Yours.
How very kind of your daughter. Such a cute photo.Enjoy your weekend.Mildred
Must be pretty tiny?? I've never seen one.
Size wise, they are about 8 to 10 inches, and come late Autumn, the find somewhere warm and dry and hibernate for the winter.. Gordon.
he's just precious! :)
Such an adorable little critter. Glad your daughter rescued it.
Thank all for your comments, and if it wasn't obvious, the Hedgehog is covered in very sharp spines, and need care when picking them up, at which time they also roll up into a ball. Take care all, Gordon.
Love that she stopped to help that sweet lil pokey little thing.
Geweldig dit zie je toch niet veel en zo in open gebied.
An adorable little critter! I seldom manage to see one anymore.
Nice critter. I have not seen it before.
First, thanks for nice comments on my blog. :) This is such a cute little animal and nice your daughter rescued him/her.Took a look at your other pictures and really enjoyed them; birds and flowers and I liked that little one of Misty getting into laundry. ha Nice blog!
I was wondering about his prickliness, when I saw your comment above!! Great snap, your daughter sounds like me!!Thanks for stopping by, and leaving such a nice comment!!
What a sweetie! My daughter had one as a pet when she was a child.
Now I just laughed out loud at the cuteness!! : ) Adorable.
What a cute little fellow. Your daughter has a good heart, a big thank you to her for rescuing this little one.
Your daughter is a life saver!A cute one. Thanks for dropping by :)1sthappyfamily.com
A big thank you to everyone for looking in and leaving their comments, much appreciated, Gordon.