It could be too high. He could also be deathly afraid of it. I think the free-standing wheels are a lot sturdier than the attach-to-the-cage type. Our rescue came with one you put on the cage and wouldn't go anywhere near it, but once we put a free-standing wheel in his cage, he's non-stop running.jchedgehogman said:i have a hedgie that dosent go in his wheel that is mounted on his cage. i try to put him in but he just gets out. is it too high??
I'm fairly sure one of ours is claustrophobic. He looked like he was going to cry when we put him in a ball. He also freaks out when we give him baths in a kitchen sink, but he's seems to be ok when he gets baths in a tub. It's a bit interesting to me considering he's a very small guy :lol:KASeNIK said:I think Murphey was just claustrophobic.