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Old 03-09-2017, 02:22 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have a 150 watt CHE bulb, a Zilla Thermostat, and separate thermometer to heat my 4 square foot C&C cage in my second bedroom. The CHE system efficiently heats the cage, and not the rest of the room. It has not caused my utilities to go up, especially since the thermostat kicks it on and off as needed to maintain the proper temperature range.

Hedgehogs need an air temperature range of about 75-80 degrees. It is dangerous for the air in their cage to be below or above that. As others have mentioned, if you cannot provide this for your hedgehog, you need to find someone who can. Hibernation attempts can be deadly, and its not fair to your hedgehog.
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