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Another orphan hoglet

Another entry just now, 1 male hoglet, 186g found out alone frantically looking around (probably for mum) but no other hogs seen around.

Luckily he is only slightly dehydrated, but very hungry. Here he is eating some first age kitten biscuits from a tea bag dish, so you can see how tiny he is.

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