A hedgehog sanctuary in Gloucestershire has persuaded the local council to place warning signs on the roads after a number of fatalities.
Vicki Oliver started the centre with just a few cages, now she's just opened a custom built hog treatment centre in her back garden.
Milder winters mean the hedgehogs are not hibernating for as long as they used to. Younger animals are out and about across the countryside, getting themselves into danger.
Vicki has persuaded her local council to put up signs on two stretches of road after mapping just how many hedgehogs are hit by cars there.
Once the council has decided on the most appropriate and safest place to erect the signs they will go up, hopefully helping to save the lives of this increasingly rare garden visitor.