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Hedgehog Rescue Sanctuary

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    Hi, is there any need for a hog rescue and sanctuary around whalley, nr Clitheroe? I have had a lovely little hog visiting since spring and it seems to have stopped coming. I think maybe somethings happened to it. This got me thinking I could provide a safe haven and rehab centre for rescued hedgehogs. I am retired and have enough room to do this in my garden and sheds etc.
    How would I go about this if it was something that is needed in the area? Alternatively, I am also willing to provide a foster home for hogs that need feeding during winter etc.
    I’d be very grateful for any advice on this please.

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    Hi Donsue45

    Your best bet would be to contact your nearest carer/s and have a chat with them about it. It would be a good idea to do some voluntary work with an existing carer/rehabilitator to start with anyway. You can get contact details by ringing BHPS on 01584 890801

    I found this a while back (things to think about before setting up as a hedgehog rescue) which you might find useful:

    Good luck. Let us know how you get on.


    Hi Nic,
    Thank you for the advice. I think you’re right regarding speaking to the experts and thanks for providing the number. I will have a chat with them to see if I can help in some way.


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