Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Re-entry

A re-entry today, Captain Tom, who was released back in June. He was found a short distance from where he had been released in Lytchett Matravers.

Ha had been microchipped prior to release, which is how we are able to tell which hog it is.

He has been shut in a garage for an unknown period of time, and was found inside a sack of bird seed.

He is fairly dehydrated, but otherwise appears fine. He has had subcutaneous fluids and is now in a crate with food and water. Hopefully he will be non the worse for his experience, and will be able to be released once he has put a bit of weight back on.

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