Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Trapped

This little chap came in to us Monday after getting himself trapped in an enclosed courtyard with fake grass surface.

He had fallen about 3 – 4 feet down, and there was no way he could have got out on his own. He could have been there since Friday.

He was wobbly, very weak, thin and dehydrated. He was given subcutaneous fluids, and offered some meat. He was so weak that I had to hold him in order that he could eat. He polished off 2 bowls of food and then fell asleep.

He is in a nice warm box now, with a bowl of food and water.

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