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The ISPCA is caring for two young hedgehogs

Two young hedgehogs were recently admitted to the ISPCA after they were discovered cold and alone without their mother and very vulnerable. These two will be cared for by ISPCA until they are are big and strong enough for release into a safe habitat later in the summer. In the meantime, we are certainly enjoying their adorable antics, and will update you all on their progress!

If you discover hedgehogs or other young wildlife alone without their mother present, please wait and observe them to see if the mother will return. In many cases, the mother is nearby, and may even be watching you. If a mother does not return, you you believe the animal is injured, please contact a local wildlife rescue or rehabilitator, or contact the ISPCA. 

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