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07-08-2020 11:52 PM
macymae For mine, it seems to just be her curiosity/happy sound. My first hedgie Macy and then my current one Libby both made/make the sound. It's always when they are exploring, sniffing, and looking around. When she's on me and starts sniffing she'll make it and when she's in her cage walking around she'll make it. They only "angry" sound she'll make is her huffs when I bother her when she's sleeping.
07-08-2020 11:29 AM
Goblet Hey.!

So my hedgehog does this quacking noise. I don't know if it is a relief sound, but it happens when he is peeing or pooing. Usually..it is a big ass poo, but sometimes it is just normal sized.
12-18-2016 07:13 AM
markinnz
Translating hedgehog noises ?

The little hedgehog we have makes an interesting little noise, and I'm curious to know if it is a happy noise or a "I'm p'd off with you noise"

It's a cross between a chirp/click/teeth-grate/licking noise, spines are all flat if that is an indication.

Odd question I know, but we're learning the ways of the hedgehog

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