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Old 11-19-2014, 12:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Only had him since saturday morning so 4 days. I put a worn tshirt in his bed & he sleeps in that. Hes eating & drinking fine. Will take food & mealworms & eat them while sat in my hand..i let him sleep on me in a blanket for atleast 2 hours a day usually longer. But when i move, breathe, talk, look at him etc he huffs and half balls up, when i pick him up to put him back in his bed he balls, huffs, clicks and pops! (Ouch) but calms down after a while & will just walk on my hands, i wait until hes calm before i put him back. But while asleep on me hes sooo touchy! I end up holding my breath as to not make him huff LOL. I know its early days

i just wondered is it all normal and am i doing the right things? X


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Old 11-19-2014, 01:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sounds like you're doing a great job. I'm glad to hear that you only put him back in his cage when he is calm. Keep up the hard work!

Just remember that if you keep him out tfor that long, have food and water available for him!!

That cutie pie is in good hands. Good luck!
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Sounds like you're doing a great job. I'm glad to hear that you only put him back in his cage when he is calm. Keep up the hard work!

Just remember that if you keep him out tfor that long, have food and water available for him!!

That cutie pie is in good hands. Good luck!
Aww thankyou!! Anytime he starts moving around i offer him some kibbles & put his water bowl on the bed LOL theyre such spoilt little things! Us Hog-mums cant resist lol xx
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Old 11-20-2014, 12:13 AM   #4 (permalink)
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That's great to hear!! Sounds like you already have things figured out

I LOVE to spoil Bean. Shes just so irresistibly cute all hedgies are!!
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