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Old 06-13-2015, 03:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3 of the 4 babies where out this afternoon, 2 where eating mama's food the other was almost behind the hut.
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*counts number of empty cages* 1... 2... 3... 4...Check Now to figure out how to hedgienap babies.

Now that they are getting active and coming out, I think I speak for many others, we fully expect more pictures and stories of their antics as they learn to be little hedgehogs.
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*counts number of empty cages* 1... 2... 3... 4...Check Now to figure out how to hedgienap babies.

Now that they are getting active and coming out, I think I speak for many others, we fully expect more pictures and stories of their antics as they learn to be little hedgehogs.
You want them come get them in a couple weeks I will even send u with some food and a few toys. I was told by hubby I can't keep the babies
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The babies are 5 weeks old today, they are eating mom's food more and more everyday.
Next week I will be moving the boys from mom and sisters.
They still need homes.
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They have been spoken for and will be in good homes soon
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Good to hear. But seriously if you had been closer, I would have been thrilled to have a baby or two again. Although I don't know that I could have handled a baby, too used to taking in adults. Have they left home yet?
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Good to hear. But seriously if you had been closer, I would have been thrilled to have a baby or two again. Although I don't know that I could have handled a baby, too used to taking in adults. Have they left home yet?
Yes the lady got them yesterday
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I bet you are feeling a bit of empty nest syndrome then. Although I bet Wendy is enjoying having a cage to herself finally. Time to spoil her silly, not that you weren't already.
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