After finding a baby hedgehog on the river bank at Newlyn, a caring couple took it home to care for. When they couldn't coax the little mite to feed they sensibly called for help. The hoglet was female and about 3 weeks old, her teeth were just emerging meaning she could start to wean. Nymph needed a course of antibiotics due to inhalation pnuemonia from her river escapade but went on to recover and once weaned quickly grew into a lovely hedgehog. She was released in the autumn with two other hogs in a wildlife friendly garden.