Wallasey Hedgehog Rescue (Removed)

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Wallasey Hedgehog Rescue (Removed)


Listing Status Removed (rescue has closed) (Last Modified Apr 2, 2018 @ 16:40)
Location Wallasey, Merseyside

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Comments ( 4 )

  1. / ReplyAl
    Hello Just a note of thanks, brought you a hedgehog yesterday the dog found lodged in a drain, followed your advice let her go, she found a little sheltered spot had a little snooze something to eat ( small cat biscuits ) and went off on her merry way. So thank you for your help wish more people had your generous spirit Cheers Alan
  2. / ReplyDiane
    Found a very small hedgehog to day in Flaybrick. Rang hedgehog rescue, and was advised by the lady to bring it in to her. When we arrived a lovely lady named Clare took our tiny hedge hog and gave her a very good looking over. Clare was very on the ball and knew straight away that the little hog had an injury ect. With in minutes there was special milk warming and a little incubator ready for the little hog. Clare told us that the hoggy was a girl, so our Becky and I called her Olive, an took our phone number so we can be rang to be told if olive will make it threw the night.. Thanks Clare for being there and giving the hedgehogs of Wirral a fighting chance..
  3. / ReplyRsdr
    I have a hedgehog here I've tried to call both numbers however I can't get any response I took a baby of kids trying to set fire to it
  4. / Replyirene.thomson@btopenworld.com
    This rescue closed in 2017 and no longer operates.

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