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01-08-2010 11:13 PM
Morel3etterness
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

I was woken up by Egon at 12 this afternoon. He was in his little hut chirping LOUD and repeatedly. Ithought he was in distress so I ran over to check on him, then he huffed at me haha, so l left him alone. He was probably happy he was warm in there or something hahaha
01-08-2010 07:27 PM
Heianwoman
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

When I first got my hedgehog, Wabisabi, I took him over to let my father see him. She was 8 weeks then. Suddenly my father said, she's chirping. she was and does. She also squeaks, huffs sometimes like a steam train, chugs, almost purrs, makes eee sounds. I called the breeder. She told me it ran in the family. Her father and aunt makes lots of different kinds of noises also.
Her half brother who my so owns (same father) makes fewer noises but also chirps.

Despite being half siblings, they are entirely different in personality. He is calm, cuddly, very easy.
She is a wild child and I adore her.
12-31-2009 02:20 PM
StellaWithaBow
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

Very true Stella wasn't happy when I changed her wheel at first but now she never stops running. I'll get up in the middle of the night sometimes and she will even be napping on it.

Silly girl
12-31-2009 06:32 AM
LarryT
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

I have had hedgies that would not even sit on a flying saucer and i've had hedgies that would run on the flying saucer till the end of time just depends on what your hedgie likes
12-31-2009 02:17 AM
Morel3etterness
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

The first wheel I bought was a silent spinner but i returned it thinking it was too small and the chinchilla wheel caught my eye and I got that instead. I heard from other people they were dangerous because their little toes could get stuck so I am glad i returned it to begin with. The saucer looks like an awesome idea. Do they use them a lot? I feel like if little egon runs on the saucer he will go too fast and fly off hahaha :P
12-31-2009 01:55 AM
StellaWithaBow
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

OH gosh! Sorry I wrote the wrong name!

I actually have a flying saucer...

Bad typo, I just bought it the other day, my memory must be going.
12-30-2009 07:08 PM
LarryT
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

Quote:
Originally Posted by nikki
Silent Spinner wheels are dangerous for hedgies for the reasons Larry stated and also because they are known to sometimes fall on the hedgies, if I remember correctly there was a hedgie killed that way a while back.
Excellent point Nikki
I had forgotten about that problem with the silent spinner.
12-30-2009 07:01 PM
nikki
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

Silent Spinner wheels are dangerous for hedgies for the reasons Larry stated and also because they are known to sometimes fall on the hedgies, if I remember correctly there was a hedgie killed that way a while back.
12-30-2009 06:12 PM
LarryT
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

Quote:
Originally Posted by StellaWithaBow
This is absolutely adorable!

Stella makes a noise similar to this, but not as frequent!

You should really try a silent spinner- that noise just gives me nightmares.
Silent Spinners are not good wheels for hedgies.
The have tiny slits in the wheels surface that could cause a nail/toe to get caught causing serious injury.
12-30-2009 05:51 PM
StellaWithaBow
Re: Hedgehog Chirping (Video)

This is absolutely adorable!

Stella makes a noise similar to this, but not as frequent!

You should really try a silent spinner- that noise just gives me nightmares.
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