On Sunday – I visited Vicky and Steve at Oggles Hedgehog Rescue based in Dewsbury on behalf of Wetnose Animal Aid.
I was overwhelmed by my findings. Vicky is working around the clock nursing fully grown hedgehogs and hoglets (babies) preparing them to return to the wild.
Her entire home has become a safe haven for sick and injured hedgehogs plus abandoned litters of hoglets.
Vicky is disabled, relying on crutches to walk, yet despite this her commitment to wildlife, remains her entire focus. Vicky has saved thousands of hogs that now live freely in the wild – having been raised or rescued by Vicky. Often people bring hogs to Vicky, as a result of finding them in their garden, needing medical attention.
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It is Vicky’s dream to teach and mentor others to take care of sick hedgehogs and understand how a little effort such a long way in maintaining a better lifestyle for them. Hedgehogs ‘currently’ are not a protected species. They often die as a result of nesting under bonfires. They feel the cold and seek out warm places, for instance beneath sheds and log piles.
Please donate if you are able. All links to Oggles can be found at the foot of this page. Please do support them.
Information below, taken from Oggles Facebook Page:-
Oggles Hedgehog Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre is a not-for-profit rescue centre based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. We provide a rescue, treatment and rehabilitation service for orphaned, sick and injured hedgehogs 24 hours a day – 7 days a week.
Oggles are totally self-funding and are committed to provide the nutrition, care, veterinary treatment and medication needed to treat and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned hedgehogs.
HOW YOU CAN HELP THE HOGGIES!
If you find a hedgehog out in the daytime or have a sick, orphaned or injured hedgehog please call Vicky on 07954 138853.
The rescue depends on donations from our friends and supporters to ensure that we can continue to collect, treat and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned Hedgehogs.
Oggles Facebook Page please say hi today!
Oggles Blog giving some great updates about where they are at. Great for schools and children’s reads too!
Wetnose Animal Aid supporting smaller animal rescue – join us!
Here’s a photo of Vicky with one of the rescued hedgehogs.