I recently had to take my 2 y/o hedgie Morrison to the vet because I noticed that he was tilting his head to the right, which I read could be caused by an inner ear infection. My veterinarian checked him out and gave me an oral antibiotic to give him for the next couple weeks for the infection, but she also mentioned that he could be having issues because he is calcium deficient. She also told me that when she took him to the back to examine him he seemed to tremor, which I have never observed him do. She was unsure if he was doing it because he was scared (they were shining flashlights in his ears and he was in a strange place so I'm guessing thats it) or because he was severely deficient in calcium. Now I am incredibly worried that I haven't been providing my little guy with the proper nutrition. He eats Earthborn Holistic Feline Vantage cat food for his daily meals and this is supplemented with meal worms a few times a week. I've tried some fruits and veggies, but he is pretty picky. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks!