Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Tinsel

Tinsel came to us 2 weeks ago after being found wandering about in the daytime looking for food.

He has settled in well, and will be over wintered with us before being taken back to his finder for release back where he came from.

Here he is in the trug while his cage is being cleaned out.

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