Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Full to the Brim….

Well, since saying we are full to the brim with hedgehogs, and can’t take anymore, we seem to have taken another dozen or so – and she’s on the phone about some more.

One was taken to the vets last night to have an eye removed as it was hanging out, and is quite poorly as well.

Now it’s gone cold, I expect a lot of autumn juveniles will die now, unless they are captured and taken into care.

We’ve got so many hogs now that I don’t even have anywhere to build all the new bee hives that I bought for next season 🙁

I saw Tracy eying up my sleeping bag in the cupboard the other day – I reckon she’ll be moving me into the garden to make more room for hogs….

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