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HEDGEHOG RESCUE

Another hedgehog rescued and now safe at Oak and Furrows rescue centre. This little hog was out during the day . Whilst hedgehogs do sometime take daytime walks ( and it’s important to leave them alone and not to intervene ,for example it might be a mother with young ) this was a small hedgehog. Dehydrated and under weight. So well done Emma and Molly for finding and helping this little hog. Want to get to know the hedgehog a little more , click here


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