These little cuties are all snuggled up for winter.
Jessie and Rosie are three and four-week-old hedgehogs who have been rescued by Janet Mason, of Monk Bretton.
They were found abandoned in a garden in Rotherham and will stay with Janet, of Monks Way, who will hand-rear them until they reach a weight of 900g before being released next year.
She has been rescuing hedgehogs since 2010 and has released 170 into the area this year.
Many had been poisoned by slug pellets, injured or abandoned and live in the hedgehog hospital in her garden until they are well enough to be released.
"I've always liked hedgehogs and it's heartbreaking when they come in with terrible injuries," said Janet.
Another hedgehog called Shelly was found in a clay pit at Wigfield Farm.
The clay had set around her and it was only when she was cleaned up that Janet discovered Shelly only had one eye.
"You can't afford to get attached to them because they have to go back into the wild. But I did once get attached to one called Tiny Tim. When he came to me he weighed four ounces and he was dying. When he was 100g, he went into an enclosed garden and I still get updates now."
Janet only takes six hedgehogs at a time, but many come from as far away as Hull and Manchester and are released where they came from where possible.
Janet is part of Barnsley Biodiversity Group, British Hedgehog Preservation Society and Hedgehog Street and is warning people to check bonfires for hedgehogs before they are lit.
She said In 1950, there were 35 million hedgehogs and today, there are about 1 million left.
She encouraged people to feed hedgehogs dog or cat food mixed with kitten milk in a container with a small hole.