Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Intensive care units

Our incubators have literally been life savers for some of our hedgehogs, with only one that we used the incubator for dying very soon after arrival, and this was due to the injuries it had sustained.

We had some really very poorly hogs pull through with the help of these incubators, and I cannot rate them highly enough.

Megan is the last of our hogs that needed to use the incubator, and she will be coming out this evening and going into one of our indoor boxes, where she will continue her rehabilitation prior to being released.

The incubators will be full again before long, no doubt, when the spring babies/orphans start to come in.

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