Sue Kidger

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Sue Kidger

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    1. /Peter
      I have had regular visits from one or more hedgehogs through the summer after an absence for several years. Ii is good to find a carer close to Ealing in case we need on, especially for a small hog
    2. /Sandra
      I had a badly injured little "hog" coming daily to my garden. I contacted Sue Kidger, who came out and "rescued" her. Unfortunately her injuries were too severe to be treated and she had to be put to sleep 🙁 Thank you Sue for at least giving her a chance !!

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