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Comments

  1. Then there is the question: Why wash a hedgehog?

  2. rescue gal says:

    At least we k now he is making bubbles…….with his feet.

  3. That hedgy looks odd to me. My sister’s little guy used to have prickles that would stick out all the time. Even in the tub. This one looks like the prickles are pushed back by the water. Must be nice for the owner :)

  4. Yeah, they sometimes get all streamlined in the water, like a wet cat. I think this might also be quite a young hedgie – so cute!

  5. hahahahaha
    sneef sneef!

    oh I sooo want to give a hedgie a bath but I don’t know anyone who has one!

  6. bob drummond says:

    Ruba-dub-dub one hedge in the tub !!!

  7. LemmeOuttaHere™ action :lol:

  8. Katrina says:

    I’d like to order every one you have in stock. Please. Thank you.

  9. Meriweather says:

    My ferret has that same action feature. ‘let me out! I’m not stinky! I will give you nothing but name rank and serial number!’

    But after bath time is towel time and that is far more agreeable.

  10. Theresa says:

    I was concerned that it was a Hedgehog Cowboy Jacuzzi™ .

  11. I love ferrets in the towels! So much funny running and tunneling. I miss mine.

  12. Oh Poor Leetle Hedgie, I weel pick you up and snorgle you in a towel!

  13. Theresa says:

    Yes indeed.

  14. Theresa says:

    Accompanied by Hanna-Barbera-style bongo drum running sound effect:

    [audio src="http://sounddogs.com/sound-effects/25/mp3/385277_SOUNDDOGS__ca.mp3" /]

  15. speaking of hedgehog cowboys…
    hewwo

  16. i hear they poop while they run in their wheels, which might be a good reason for a bath with a little running action.

  17. Aww! I always wondered what they looked like when they ran and how fast they were. My ideas of hedgehog’s running all come from the Sonic Sega games, prolly not so accurate (for one thing, this hedgehog is not wearing red sneakers or running on only two legs…)

  18. It’s kind of like watching The Prisoner.

  19. snerk !

  20. The Prickly Kid!!! :lol:

  21. drat – I thought the link would work!

    Oh well, you know you’re an avid CO-er when you only have to say hewwo and a commenter knows what you’re referencing…

  22. skippymom says:

    Hewwo!!!

  23. Fird Birfle says:

    THAT’s what this hedgie needs!! A pair of RED kicks!!!

  24. Fird Birfle says:

    Prickly Kid, you had me, at “hewwo”. :)

  25. Fird Birfle says:

    :)

  26. Fird Birfle says:

    Chris — you know, don’t you, what Sir Edmund Hillary (sp?) said, when asked why he felt his destiny was to climb Mt Everest???

    — “Because it’s there.”

    Same might be said for a hedgie, that got grungy !!!

  27. Now if we could only convert that into hydro-energy!

    I see it now: an army of hedgehogs in water, spinning their leetle legs to light up our homes and neighborhoods. Nay. Light up our world!

    Copyright!

  28. dubyah1 says:

    hedge-energy? Henergy? Would one make hegemoney? If one had a monopoly on hedge-energy, would CO rule a hedgemoney hegemony?

  29. Tracy Garloff says:

    Perfect!

  30. Tagline:

    “Don’t hedge your bets against the hog.”
    Hedgehog Inc.: The cute energy solution.

    Booyah!

  31. Cue the gigantic creepy weather balloon!

  32. Is he shiveringks? He does not look happy. I want to rinse him in warm water and wrap him in a soft towel and try not to let my head asplode.

  33. Starfish says:

    Although this little hedgie does seem to be running with the same sense of urgency as Sonic would when confronted with a water level. At least he has lots of bubbles, in case that dreaded countdown starts.

  34. Theresa says:

    You know what I mean, don’t ya, Firdie!

  35. awwwww…..he’s adorable, but the vid would be much cuter if, at the end, someone rinsed him off, picked him up, wrapped him in a towel and snorgled him.

  36. he’s training for the olympics

    he’s going to try to win the 3-meter hide

  37. It looks like it’s a piebald coloration or something. The quills are all lying flat, but they are also pure white and wild color. I wonder what he looks like all puffed up with those odd quills!

  38. Cute or sad!

  39. I agree. This one bothers me a bit. I hope/trust the owner knows what he’s doing, but when I see an animal that wants this badly not to be where it is — AND it’s not where it’s “supposed to be” (not just an animal trying to burrow out of the cage), I wonder “why not let them get out, instead of taking the cute pictures?”

  40. I’m sure the owner does. I used to bathe my hedgie like this, and she’d run like this to try to get out! But they can get REALLY poopy feet (I used to call it poopy boots) – they run on their wheels, and poop on their wheels, and run in the poop. So they need to be in water a while to clean their toes! But hedgies love running and scampering, even if they’re not so keen on the water.

  41. Awwww! Cute or sad indeed! Help him/her out already!

  42. I saw some video’s in youtube about taking care of hedgehogs- they said you need to wash them once in a while, because they are not that good about cleaning themselves and their feet can get dirty, which is not very healthy for them. they also said that they are not too found of taking a shower

  43. ingemary says:

    It might be a wild one, I mean picked up from outside, the garden or woodland. Wild ones are full of fleas and maybe the senderinner wanted to get rid of these this way.

  44. Awwwww :( PICK HIM UP PLEEEEEEESE!!!!

  45. Cleo-Elise says:

    he’s so cute I’m dying. hope they let him out after!!!

  46. Hedgies can be little poop machines. All of my hedgies loved to poop in their wheels and often I find them with poopy feet the next morning, and sometimes clumps of poop in their quills. Gotta go wash Gump, my hedgie now.

  47. Ingemary, that is a pet hedgehog. If you lived in Africa, then you would have hedgehogs that you would need to bath. In North America, all hedgehogs are strictly pets.

  48. I agree! Poor little guy!

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