Directory Listing: Lowton Hedgehog Rescue provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal

Directory Listing: Lowton Hedgehog Rescue

Listing StatusLive(Last Modified Jun 3, 2018 @ 16:10)
LocationLeigh, Cheshire WA3 2DG
Species HelpedHedgehogs
Other InformationSmall rescue to help and rehabilitate hedgehogs – max number 20 animals. If no answer on the phone please leave a message or send a text. Ensure you have the animal in a deep-sided box with a towel to snuggle into and a dish of meaty cat/dog food, place box in a warm and quiet area indoors, and then make your call for help/advice. Injured animals must be taken direct to your local vet for immediate attention.

Contact Information for Lowton Hedgehog Rescue

Phone Number07950 933410

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