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Old 03-06-2013, 05:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Scrumpy ate colorful tissue paper >_<

My hedgehog climbed out of his tub(its about a foot and a half tall) by using the towel that was hanging on the side. And in the middle of the night he went in my closet and got ahold of tissue paper and started eating it. I dont think he ate a loooot. But i think he ate quiet a lot. Is he gonna be okay? Should i take him to the vet? He's about a month old almost, if that makes any difference.
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Can you get a better idea of how much he ate? Is he eating/drinking/running normally?
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Can you get a better idea of how much he ate? Is he eating/drinking/running normally?
He just got done eating his regular food and drinking. He never really drinks much. I just went back to look at it and i can't really tell what is eaten parts and what parts are just parts he ripped apart. But i do think he ate alot.
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Hmm, personally I would give it a little more time to see if he passes anything. If there is no penalty for short-notice appointment cancellation, perhaps make an appointment with the vet for tomorrow, and if he still seems fine by the morning you could cancel it?

But I will defer to others here who are far more knowledgeable than I am.

And Scrumpy is a great name
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How's the little guy doing today?
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