Dozy doormouse rescued by Exmouth resident

09:00 26 February 2012

A hungry dormouse spotted wandering into a café in Lyme Regis has been safely re-homed thanks to an Exmouth visitor.
The tiny creature was taken to the Secret World centre, near Highbridge in Somerset, where staff have reported he is now happily hibernating. 
The dozy mouse woke briefly from his slumber when world-renowned Discworld author Sir Terry Practchet recently visited the sanctuary to launch its Call of the Wild Appeal to raise £4.4 million for a new animal hospital

A hungry dormouse spotted wandering into a café in Lyme Regis has been safely re-homed thanks to an Exmouth visitor. The tiny creature was taken to the Secret World centre, near Highbridge in Somerset, where staff have reported he is now happily hibernating. The dozy mouse woke briefly from his slumber when world-renowned Discworld author Sir Terry Practchet recently visited the sanctuary to launch its Call of the Wild Appeal to raise £4.4 million for a new animal hospital

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An Exmouth resident saved a sleepy doormouse after it was spotted wandering into a cafe in Lyme Regis.

A hungry dormouse spotted wandering into a café in Lyme Regis has been safely re-homed thanks to an Exmouth visitor.

The tiny creature was taken to the Secret World centre, near Highbridge in Somerset, where staff have reported he is now happily hibernating.

The dozy mouse woke briefly from his slumber when world-renowned Discworld author Sir Terry Pratchett recently visited the sanctuary to launch its Call of the Wild Appeal to raise £4.4 million for a new animal hospital

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