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On the 10th of January we wrote about an injured hedgehog girl, found right before Christmas, who we named Berbel.

She had a nasty, old, deep wound on her back.
It has now been a month and a half since she was found. During this time, we’ve used up a lot of cotton buds, wound spray and cleaner, given the necessary antibiotics and painkillers, which make the situation bearable, in addition to vitamins and varied high quality food. That’s quite a long list of procedures - add to this the hedgehog girl’s attempts to escape every night by chewing at the cage. And most importantly, A WONDERFUL RECOVERY!
By now the wound is very small and we can see tiny new quills starting to grow around it.

Estonians have a saying, “an illness arrives at the speed of a horse and leaves at the speed of an ox”.
That’s true! If something happens, then it usually happens very fast, but the recovery afterwards takes persistence and time. This is something that money can’t buy, but the volunteers of Wildlife Rescue are willing to spend it for the animals in our care. The most invaluable reward is a healthy animal, being released back into the wild.


For more information read on our FACEBOOK PAGE.


Estonian Wildlife Rescue is based on volunteering and relies only on donations. That’s why every donation is very important to us!
If you wish to support wild animals who are injured or in need and help keep our advice and emergency line operating.
 
Call:
No: 9009933 - donate 5€
No: 9009955-donate 25€
(Works only if you call from an estonian number!)
(Please listen trough the whole story, otherwise we won’t get your donation!)
 
The donation can also be sent to a bank account:
EESTI METSLOOMAÜHING
Account Nr.: EE952200221067573100
SWIFT/BIC code: HABAEE2X
Explanation: "For helping wild animals!"
 
PayPal account link:
https:/www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=S4NU4QQJ3WVJW&source=urlk
 
Thanks to all of our contributors! ❤️
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