This video says about itself:
9 August 2011
The baby field vole named “Woody” that was rescued and brought back to health.
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
RSPCA defends itself after fixing tiny rodent’s tooth
Vets built an anaesthetic chamber in a cotton bud box and used small dental instruments to allow the vole to chew food again
The RSPCA has defended itself after being criticised for fixing the broken teeth of a tiny vole.
Vets built an anaesthetic chamber in a cotton bud box, using small dental instruments to even out the teeth to allow the vole to chew food again.
However, the charity faced criticism after it shared pictures of the operation on Facebook, but most congratulated the charity for helping the vole. …
Doctor Bev Panto, the centre’s veterinary officer, said: “The procedure cost nothing. We do not discriminate between different species and care for all animals.
“We believe every animal has the right to an existence and if an animal has a reasonable chance of rehabilitation into the wild then we will give it that chance, regardless of species.”