Animal lover turns home into hedgehog hospital

She now rescues over 700 hedgehogs a year

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Tucked away in a cosy cottage in Berkshire is a hospital that rescues over 700 hedgehogs a year.

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In 2007, web developer Gill Lucraft started the rescue centre Hedgehog Bottom after discovering an hedgehog hidden under a pile of leaves in her garden.

Her love of the iconic British animal has now taken over entire rooms of her house and hogs are stacked up in her front room, dining room and living room.

Find out more at: www.hedgehog-rescue.org.uk

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