Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Three more…

Three more hoglets just arrived, two boys and a girl, weighing in at 48g, 50g & 52g, all still have their eyes closed.

These are siblings to two that were brought in yesterday, so they will be reunited and will all be going in the same incubator. These one’s need warming up, and then we will try them with a feed.

No flystrike on these one’s unlike their siblings that came in yesterday.

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