BABY HEDGEHOGS RESCUED FROM BEHIND WASHING MACHINE
It was a normal laundry day in June for couple Kelly and Lee Tuck at their home in Weston-super-Mare, England. But what wasn't so normal was what they found behind their washing machine. Lee Tuck discovered three baby hedgehogs nestled up in a pile of dead leaves. Tuck placed the trio into a box in hopes that their mother would return. After realizing that she was nowhere near, the Tucks sent the baby hedgehogs to the Secret World Wildlife Rescue. They planned to release them back into the wild once they were nursed back to health.