Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Big Donation!

We have been most fortunate to have been donated 3 new incubators, which will double our ICU/incubator capacity.

We have many hoglets cramped into our existing incubators, this will allow us to separate them into smaller groups, and still leave us capacity for severely ill/injured hogs.

The donor does not wish to be thanked publicly, other than being acknowledged as “a Marlow Supporter”.

We are still pinching ourselves to make sure we’re not dreaming.

Thank you so much!

Two of them are going to be used right away, as soon as I’ve assembled the large incubator.

[Edit to add]… The beanie babies come with the incubators so that little hoglets have something to snuggle up to, a nice touch by TLC Rescue-Me Intensive Care Units.

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