Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Sisters Rosie and Jem came to us in late November as tiny babies after being dug out of their nest by a dog. They are very shy but love to snuggle together.

Once they are released they will go their separate ways, as hedgehogs do not live in social groups and only get together at mating time.

These girls will not be released in their finders garden because of her dogs habit of digging, but will instead be set free in a neighbours garden so they will be familiar with their home territory.

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