I threw out a handful of sunflower hearts, which was all I had to hand. While he munched his way through those, I managed to find the packs of hedgehog food I'd vacuum sealed for winter. I opened one, it wasn'tquite as pleasant to touch as it had been before vacuuming. I threw a handful of that out for Hedgy as well, and I was pleased to see him chomp his way through everything.
I didn't have anything else more suitable to offer. Our catfood is fish, and that's a no no. We have started one of the cats on a raw food diet, which would probably have been perfect for Hedgy - but I've only got just enough left to last me until our next lot arrives.
He snuffled off soon after. I've left the food by the door so we can feed him tomorrow if he comes again - although the forecast is for heavy rain so that doesn't seem very likely.
In other news, musical coops continues. I always feel sorry for whoever is on their own. On the plus side, it chance to have a brief cuddle with the lone hen. I miss hen cuddles, and I hope that as the weather improves and the youngsters come into lay, they'll be a bit more willing to be tamed.