Aw, I'm trying to convince myself that that's not the case. I would hate to have known that that happened. I hope they were sexed incorrectly, or at the very least, spayed! You seem to be quite knowledgeable; if she is spayed, would you recommend keeping them in the same cage (because they seem to be so friendly with other), or should I still keep them caged separately? I'm beginning to realise that I should just find another one altogether, as it seems like so much work with these two!LizardGirl said:If one is spayed, then obviously there would be no babies. If they are not, then YES, there was babies and they didn't make it. If you read previous posts in this thread, sevaral people state that it is difficult to notice a hedgie's pregnacy, and some may go through the entire pregnacy and birth without any obvious signs. I know for a fact this happens with mice all the time, as I raise them, and one of my does will never change in appearance/weight/appetite, yet she still has her babies, nurses them, etc. and is a great mother.Like I said in the previous post, I am 99% sure she hasn't gotten pregnant.