Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Wild Animals

One of the problems with rehabbing wild animals is that too much contact with humans can make them tame, or make them lose their natural fear of humans.

At Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue, we keep contact with the hogs to a minimum, such as while cleaning their cages, feeding them or giving them medications or treatments.

Tracy was reminded that the hogs are still wild animals when one of them gave her a little nip on the forearm as she was spot cleaning his cage….

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