A long-eared bat who was thought to be dead after being rescued from a tiny hole in a wall is on the road to recovery at an RSPCA wildlife centre.
The tiny bat, who is around 10 cms long, was rescued from a building in Broughton, Chester.
He has been getting stronger by the day. If he continues to thrive, he will be released back into the wild soon.
Teresa Vicens-Prohens, a veterinary officer at Stapeley Grange, said:
Wildlife assistant Sophie Sneddon has been hand-feeding the bat since he arrived at the centre. She said: