Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Robbie

Robbie is doing so much better now, his breathing is much improved, and he does not have so much nasal discharge.

The spines on the back of his head and neck are taking their time to regrow, although the wound is well healed thankfully.

Here are a couple of pictures of Robbie this evening, one asleep and one waking up. He likes to sleep in fleece pockets but today slept on top of it!

He is such a sweet little fellah, and so tolerant of all the handling he has had to have for his treatments to be given.

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