You're going to be upset after reading this story from the British Metro.
"The mystery skin condition has left the six-week-old creature too scared and nervous to mix with other normal hogs at the Foxy Lodge in Hemsby, Norfolk. Unfortunately Betty can't be released back out into the wild because without her spines she is defenceless against predators. Hedgehogs also use their spines to provide warmth during winter so Betty needs special attention during the cold months. Keeper Tonia Garner said: 'She’s healthy, but it’s sad. 'She lives alone in an enclosure indoors. 'We hope the spines will come back so she has a normal life.' As if permanent nudity and no friends weren't bad enough, Ms Garner also revealed Betty has another problem - dry skin. 'I mix almond oil and tea tree oil to put on her back because her skin can get very dry,' she added. Stress and sickness in the wild can lead to hedgehogs losing their spines, which are hollow and made out of keratin."