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Old 01-01-2015, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was playing a game at my aunts with Venera on my lap, and I went to lift her up in my hands and she was floppy. Like jello. I lifted her up to my face and her eyes were closed and she just flopped around when I moved her. I thought she was dead, but she opened her eyes and sat up. I gave her some water afterwards, thinking maybe she was dehydrated. Was she just sleeping hard or should I take her to the vet? Venera is my life, I love her more than the world.
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She may be sleeping really deep. I remember picking one of my hedgies up, thinking it was dead. It was warm though. After a few jogs from going down the stairs she woke up lol
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My River did this all the time when I first got her. I actually have a video of River sleeping and I'm touching her and she doesn't move at all. It used to scare me all the time but I'm used to it down. She doesn't do it as often any more though.
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Okay! Thank you so much!!
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Do you know the temperature of his cage?
Has he been eating?
Has he been drinking?
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