Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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We received a call from B&Q at Castlepoint this morning for a hedgehog that had been trapped under racking in their warehouse.

Tracy zipped over there and collected a juvenile male hog. He is very dehydrated, so has been given subcutaneous fluids, but appears to be in good health, if a little thin.

We will feed him up for a couple of days and then release him back to the wild if all is ok.

Thank you to the staff at @BandQ particularly Mark, for calling us and taking care of the hog until we arrived.

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