Save Our Hedgehogs (Removed) provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal

Save Our Hedgehogs (Removed)

Reason for RemovalRescue is no longer operating

For alternatives in the same area please see other rescues in Northamptonshire or put your postcode into our map.

If you have any information to suggest this listing should be reinstated please leave a comment below.

Comments ( 3 )

  1. /Karen Osborne
    found poorly hedgehog and spoke to jo reid who was very helpful. Left him to see if Jo could help at all. She was very helpful
  2. /trish Maxwell
    found a baby hedgehog in the garden in the morning. It hadnt moved an hour later and then seemed unable to eat or drink water and mashed dog food i put near it, although seemed interested. phoned Jo for advice. She suggested we take it to her to care for. A very nice, caring and informative lady.
  3. /Tricia Ryan
    Had a young hedgehog in my garden, started coming out to feed in the daytime (not a good sign), with advice from Jo, took it over to her to be cared for. Am now happy to know it will survivie the winter being well cared for. Jo deserves a medal, and any help anyone can give her by donating to her.

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