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Tag: animal rescue
Hedgehog trapped in plastic cable tie
Treating the wounds of a hedgehog found with a plastic cable tie around its body.
Hedgehog miracle recovery
The story of Octavia hedgehog who was saved despite a vet saying to give up on her.
Hedgehog rehabilitation – my story
My story - how I became a wild hedgehog rehabilitator.
Hedgehog rescue – a day in the life
A day in the life of my hedgehog hospital.
Hedgehog with foot and limb injuries
Treatment of a hedgehog with foot injuries.
Hedgehog metabolic bone disease
Treating a hedgehog with metabolic bone disease Meet Benjamin. He is very poorly with metabolic bone disease. Benjamin was admitted to my rescue at only 330g. He has been surviving by eating bird seed over the Winter. https://youtu.be/BVczpRkgjHQ Benjamin has metabolic bone disease. Basically, his bones are very thin due to calcium deficiency. This is… Continue reading Hedgehog metabolic bone disease
Wild hedgehog amputee
Can wild hedgehogs survive with three legs? Meet Rupert. He arrived with me in 2016 as a small hoglet. He was only 300g. When I inspected him I could smell that something wasn't right. Wildlife rescuers go a lot by smell - you get to know the smell of infection and poo that is not… Continue reading Wild hedgehog amputee
Hedgehog strimmer injuries
The sound of people people using a strimmer sets my teeth on edge. I hate them! They do so much damage to wildlife including hedgehogs, frogs and toads. This is the story of Holly and her journey to recovery from a terrible strimmer wound. She was found at the end of July with her head… Continue reading Hedgehog strimmer injuries
Hibernating hedgehog – dead or alive?
How can you tell if a hedgehog is hibernating? This is a question I am frequently asked by my foster carers, a network of special people who support me with looking after rehabilitated hedgehogs over the Winter period. These hedgehogs missed the deadline for release before the weather turned cold and, if they are well… Continue reading Hibernating hedgehog – dead or alive?