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hi i recently got a new hedgehog, almost two months old, while i was away for a few hours he managed to get out of his cage, i return home and quickly searched for him, not knowing where he’s been for the past five hours and i find orange powder on his quills, paws, and mouth, i have absolutely no clue what it is but i’m assuming he ate whatever it is and i don’t know what to do. i’m scared to let him fall asleep, he’s acting fine now, he’s eaten apples and hedgehog kibbles and worms since and is still running and crawling all over me, but i’m worried and don’t know what to do
 

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hi i recently got a new hedgehog, almost two months old, while i was away for a few hours he managed to get out of his cage, i return home and quickly searched for him, not knowing where he’s been for the past five hours and i find orange powder on his quills, paws, and mouth, i have absolutely no clue what it is but i’m assuming he ate whatever it is and i don’t know what to do. i’m scared to let him fall asleep, he’s acting fine now, he’s eaten apples and hedgehog kibbles and worms since and is still running and crawling all over me, but i’m worried and don’t know what to do
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