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Animals On Bonfire Night

Animals On Bonfire Night

4th November 2009
Fireworks

Fireworks

Hedgehog

Hedgehog
Guy Fawkes night is here tomorrow, and while it can be one of the most exciting nights of the year, it can also be one of the saddest. Animals are not too fond of large fires and noisy fireworks.



Many people begin to build their bonfire a few weeks before they light it on November 5th, which means that the unlit bonfire quickly becomes a refuge for small animals.


So please make sure that before you light your bonfire, you have a check to make sure that there are no unsuspecting hedgehogs hiding inside, or other animals such as mice and even birds.

Bonfire

Bonfire

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