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Rose the hedgehog is filmed taking her first steps after months of care - Hedgehog talk at the GSPCA Sunday 29th June
Submitted by Steve on 11:57, 19th Jun, 2014 | 0
Do remember Rose the hedgehog?
Rose is one of many hedgehogs that we have had in recently to be injured by gardening equipment.
After a long process of rehabilitation and care since arriving in April Rose is now back to health and fit enough to be released.
Sadly due to her injuries to her head many of her spines haven't grown back, so a lovely home with an enclosed garden was found and Rose left the Shelter last Friday.
When Rose went to her new home we equipped Mr & Mrs Herring with a wildlife camera to see how she got on in her new home.
Phoenix the kitten has a lucky escape - PLEASE ENSURE YOU CHECK HEDGEROWS & OVERGROWN AREAS BEFORE STRIMMING OR CUTTING
Submitted by Steve on 10:33, 17th Jun, 2014 | 0
With the sunny weather and gardens blooming the GSPCA have had a busy few weeks with injured wildlife found in areas that have been strimmed or cut.
The main casualty have been hedgehogs and even mothers with young that have been found whilst an area has been cleared or cut.
Over recent years we have seen a decrease in feral cat colonies thanks to the work of the GSPCA and that of Guernsey Animal Aid Cats, but it only takes one unnetuered female cat and one male to result in a litter of kittens.
Sarnia is another hedgehog injured by gardening - Please check before strimming or hedge trimming for hedgehogs
Submitted by GSPCA on 13:07, 15th May, 2013 | 0