Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Odin’s Recovery

Odin’s dorsal wound has healed really well now, although his quills are a bit sparse, but he should be fine to be released back to the wild in the Spring.

It’s really lovely when quite poorly hogs make a full recovery, makes it all worthwhile.

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