Comments for en-gb 30 Fri 28 Aug 2015 03:32:43 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at SleeplessinStJohns No, it wasn't the hedgehog. I saw the culprit for the first time today, drinking in the birdbath - a very large rat. R.I.P. Fred the Frog Sun 26 Jul 2009 12:58:28 GMT+1 SleeplessinStJohns Crazeyinventor - thanks, I think you've solved the riddle of Fred the Frog (tho' it might have been a toad). A hedgehog would explain the sound of bustling in the undergrowth and perhaps even the frequent nesting blackbirds' warning rattle. I'm sad that I'll probably never see Fred again. Even the field mice have disappeared. Anyway, thanks for the info. Fri 24 Jul 2009 09:48:26 GMT+1 Crazeyinventor Dear Sir/Madam, your problem might be a Hedgehog, they have been known to eat frogs. Also they grunt and groan like mad when attacked.Crazyinventor. Thu 23 Jul 2009 19:50:12 GMT+1 SleeplessinStJohns A frog may not be that unusual, but this one visits my garden every year and can be heard hopping happily through the undergrowth.Yesterday I heard a horrible, heartfelt squealing noise from a border. I peered in but could see nothing. Minutes later Fred the Frog hopped out and proceeded to make his way painfully across the paving stones to another dark corner of the garden, leaving behind patches of blood. Horrified, I tried to find out what had attacked him (we have no cats) without success.Today the same ghastly noise came from the garden border, lasting some time. This time nothing emerged.Could someone please help by telling me what the predator might be? Thu 23 Jul 2009 17:00:18 GMT+1