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Tony, you have been a total star, you have put yourself out and gone well beyond the ‘extra mile’ regarding your spikey marra,
One question, if you don’t mind, where’s this other ‘rescue centre’ I can’t find it on my searches?
My rescued ‘Autumn juvenile’ seems to be doing alright and I’ll keep him/her? in ‘jankers’ until it gets to a decent release weight.
Nic/ their any procedure, where you can take an obviously distressed hog to a rescue centre, its treated by people who knows what’s needed, then you pick it back up and provide care until it reaches a decent release weight?
Such a procedure would take some of the weight off, the obviously oversteched rescue centres.