Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Tommy

Say hello to Tommy, our 600th hog of the year. Tommy came in from Blandford camp today after being found out in daytime weighing just 183g.

He will have a faecal sample checked, then once any required treatment has been completed, will probably go out to foster for the winter.

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