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Disabled Hedgehogs Find Safe Haven

Disabled hedgehogs found on North Yorkshire’s roads have been given a safe haven by BID members Yorkshire Fireplaces. Sara Livesley has set up a hedgehog retirement home at the back of her High Street premises and has welcomed her first two residents.

Peter, who is blind, and Titch, who has a club foot, will never be well enough to be released back into the wild but are being well looked after in their walled garden.  Sara is assisting Ripon-based HAPPY – Hedgehog Appreciation Prickly Pals Yorkshire, who specialise in rescue and rehab for what is fast becoming an endangered species.

 

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