Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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This is poor little Bee-Bee, who was in a bad way when he came to us, having been in a strimmer accident which left him with one of his back legs barely attached to his body. The leg had to be removed by a Vet.

Bee-Bee is now doing great, and is coping with the loss of his leg very well. He still has a bit of ringworm around his ear and face, which he is being treated for, but that will clear up.

He will be released into an enclosed garden in the spring, with other disabled hogs, where he will be supplement fed.

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