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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-01-2003, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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Wink soft blankie

I found some left over fleece fabric I used to make the ferrets hammocks with... PERFECT hedgie blanket size!! It stays is her igloo where she she sleeps... she LOVES it!
(I snapped this picture a little to late so all you get is a foot)
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I also switched bedding... I am now using cell-sorb (some of you already knew that though) (I just found pictures I meant to post before & forgot to)
Here is her new setup with the new bedding, it looks soo different! (notice her new frog in the corner )
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They love that fleece don't they?? For being such prickly guys they sure like a soft blankie!!

I love the frog!!!! And the cage looks great. Isn't that Cellsorb stuff great???? My other stuff is almost ready to be changed out so I'm gonna be able to get the Cellsorb back (thank god!).

When Sharon was here and I went to show her Louie, we lifted up the igloo and there he was surrounded by all his stuffed animals! LOL What a goofball!
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Oh how cute is that???

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Awwww! I don't know how I missed this. How cute!

I have a piece of a soft sweatshirt for Grover. I love watching him crawl under it and cover himself up.

Since it's been kind of cold here lately, we turned on the furnace. One end of Grover's cage hangs above the heat register. Needless to say he spends the majority of his time on that end now....usually all sprawled out. He doesn't even bother to cover up with his blanket.


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....usually all sprawled out. He doesn't even bother to cover up with his blanket.
Splatting! Isn't that the cutest??? The first time I saw Louie like that I almost died laughing!

Kay, have you seen Widget splatting yet? Sprawled out on her belly with her legs sticking straight out?

I'll try to post a pic of Louie doing it later...
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NO! she always curls up in her house so I never see her sleep as soon as I lift the igloo she waks up huffs at me & curls into a ball.
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How cute!

Do hedgies like to cuddle with stuffed animals or chew on them?
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Laurie, my hedgie has never chewed on any of his stuffed animals but he LOVES to cuddle with them!!!
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Sounds very adorable, a hedgie that loves to cuddle!
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