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06-22-2010 11:42 AM
Nancy
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

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Originally Posted by Lilysmommy
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Originally Posted by tracie
How do the babies lose out?
If Mom gets too stressed, she may attack and injure or kill the babies.
Yes and also moms can abandon babies if she gets stressed.
06-22-2010 04:49 AM
Lilysmommy
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

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Originally Posted by tracie
How do the babies lose out?
If Mom gets too stressed, she may attack and injure or kill the babies.
06-22-2010 03:06 AM
tracie
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

How do the babies lose out?
06-15-2010 03:51 PM
jane48
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

Mum is fine doing really well, babies look great , just wondering when to start adding the kitten food to mums diet should i start now or wait until babies start coming out and showing an interest in the food
06-14-2010 11:06 AM
Nancy
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

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Originally Posted by jane48
Well got all five out last night all eyes are now open, they were all licking our hands and doing that funny thing with their tongues xxxx
You just handled the first baby on Saturday and said mom was not too happy. You then handled them all on Sunday. That is way too fast. If mom gets stressed, the babies are the ones that will lose. You need to take it slow.
06-14-2010 10:19 AM
jane48
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

Well got all five out tonight all eyes are now open, they were all licking our hands and doing that funny thing with their tongues xxxx
06-12-2010 08:47 PM
Sela
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

I could get diabetes looking at that picture because that baby is just too sweet!

<< Seriously I wanna tickle its little nosey. What is it with baby hedgies - actually, just hedgies in general - and being so cute?
06-12-2010 08:13 PM
tie-dye hedgie
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

Aw, it's adorable and I bet they all are!
06-12-2010 07:52 PM
Amy1024
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

Aww the baby is so cute, congratz and good luck!
06-12-2010 07:49 PM
jane48
Re: help with a new hedgie mum

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