Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

Autumn juveniles

The Autumn babies continue to arrive, this litter of 3 was found squeaking in a compost bin earlier today, and the finder said she had no idea how they could have got in there. She had found one initially, and was advised to have a dig around for more, and luckily found the other two.

They weigh 80g, 87g and 88g. Their eyes are only just opening, so they would not have survived long without mum.. They have all taken a good feed of formula and are now in one of our ICU’s.

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