Kirkham travel agent Matthew Hinchcliffe was moved to set up a Go Fund Me campaign following the cruel attack in Longton just days after Bonfire Night.
Police were called to Pendlebury Close on Friday, November 8 after reports that a firework had been strapped to a hog's head and lit.
The hog suffered significant injuries after the firework exploded and had to be euthanised.
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PCSO Michael Mitchinson, who has been investigating the cruel act, said the culprit has yet to be identified.
"Unfortunately, I have had nobody come forward with any information. No arrests have been made", said the South Ribble PCSO.
Mr Hinchcliffe launched an appeal to raise money for Preston Hedgehog Rescue on November 10 with a target of £500.
"After the horrific attack on a hedgehog by attaching a firework to its head, I’m raising money for a much needed incubator to help these amazing people to care for the rescue hogs.
"So 36 hours after I launched this appeal to help the Preston Hedgehog Rescue, we smashed the target together", said Mr Hinchcliffe.
"Your help is so much appreciated. Thank you. I’ve decided to keep the link open and make a few general changes over the next few days and continue to support the work that the rescue do.
"Please help with the continuing campaign to support the rescue through the winter months and to support projects in 2020."
To donate, you can visit the Go Fund Me page here.
What is a hedgehog incubator?
Incubators can be an invaluable part of a hedgehog rescue, as it keeps their temperatures regulated and this helps them to maintain body weight and encourages them to use their own resources to heal and grow.
From tiny babies weighing just a few grams to fully grown adult hogs, from broken legs to dog attacks and from lung worm infections to malnourished hedgehogs, incubators help to heal them all.
They can even be used post operations to help hogs heal and recover quicker.