Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

Hoglets

One of the larger hoglets to come in so far, this little lady was brought in earlier, weighing 117g. She was found laying next to her dead sibling that had been ripped apart by some creature or another.

She was dehydrated, hungry and had minor flystrike and some ticks on her. These were removed, and she has taken a 5ml feed.

She is now in an incubator recovering from her ordeal.

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