Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Trapped in netting

This old chap came in from Upton Infant’s school today after being caught in netting on the school grounds.

He has quite a tick infestation, which I have been trying to relive him of, but he won’t unroll to allow me to do so properly, or to check him for any injuries.

He has tucked into a bowl of food, and had a drink of water though. I’ll let him have a rest and have another go later. If he has no injuries we’ll let him go tonight.

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