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My little Lulu! :D we went and picked her up on thursday, she is such a cutie! and so tiny! i was not expecting her to be so little <3 so far she seems to be doing very well. eating and drinking good, she is quilling though i think because i found a few quills last night and i see some pokeing in so she is a little huffy about that, but other then that she is such a good girl! i even woke up to a poop coverd wheel yesterday and today, YAY lol :lol:
here are a few pics of her, i just love her! heehee

http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff12 ... CN0356.jpg

http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff12 ... CN0358.jpg

http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff12 ... CN0361.jpg

http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff12 ... CN0360.jpg

and heres her home sweet home
http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff12 ... CN0354.jpg

and beware... there will be more pics later :lol: hehehe
 

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Awww, she's so cute! I love her dark little mask! She looks just like chocolate, lol. :D
 

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Could you add a golf ball for comparison? Did I see a smile in that first pic ;).
 

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heehee, thanks everyone! she is deffinitly a sweetie!
i will try and see if i have a golf ball or something around here and take more pictures :)
 

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ahhhhh soo cute!
I was just wondering though. I noticed in your picture of her home you have a blanket down as bedding. How is it working when you clean the cage? Good?
Btw we have the same cage!!! =)
Again...SO CUTE!!
 

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That's a fleece liner that's in the cage. Most hedgehog owners use them because they're cheaper and cleaner. You can either put a litter box in the cage and train the hedgehog to use it. Some hedgehogs flat out refuse to use a litter box, though, so you never know. Most will still poop and pee on their wheel, so what I've found that works really well for that is to take a paper towel, fold it in half, and slide it underneath Lily's wheel. It catches most of the pee and poop that comes off her wheel and the liner last a bit longer before needing to be changed out. I only have to do washing every other week, too.
 

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So does that mean then that they poop or pee just in a corner of the liner? Or all over? I guess I'm lucky that my guy likes the litterbox (even sleeps in it just after the litter is changed)
Thanks for being so helpful too!
 

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Thanks!,
lulu pretty much only goes potty on her wheel right now, but i have to change her liner like every 2 or 3 days because she always makes poopy prints everywhere :lol:
i like them though, much prettier and heathier too, :D
 
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