Luckily, the mole had no injuries, so his return to the wild was imminent. "It's a general rule, with all wildlife, if they don't need to stay for any treatment, we always try to get them out as soon as possible," says Cristina, one of the veterinary surgeons at Wildlife Aid. "But particularly with moles, they don't do well in captivity, so it was even more important to get (him) out."
The team took the mole back to where he was spotted and dug a hole in the soft ground to help get the little fellow started on his new home.
(YouTube: Wildlife Aid)