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reader squee escape pets Fluffy spines hedgehog squee - 6935956480
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Sarah says: "This is Hickory Houdini the Hedgehog fresh out of the bath. Houdini is his middle name because the first night I had him he managed to escape his cage and disappear for three days. What a sly little fellow!"

I'm glad you were able to find him again. I wonder what kind of adventures he went on during those three days?

-Sally Squeeps

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king spines hedgehogs squee - 6760595456
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Meet the new, spiny, squee king and queen of the mossy mound.

-Sally Squeeps

porcupine nose close up spines squee spree squee whiskers - 6978051840
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Hey widdle porcupine, you're being so nosey! That's ok, go ahead and tickle us with your whiskers.

-Sally Squeeps

albino reader squee spines hedgehog pet squee - 6724659200
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Danielle says: "These are my hedgies Jessie and Zoey."

Squeeee! Which one is the albino cutey?!?

-Sally Squeeps

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Babies handful spines hedgehog squee - 4294476032
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Why can't I hold all these hedgehogs?!?

-Sally Squeeps

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Emiy says: "This is my baby Fiona. We found out she had a uterine tumor and she had to have surgery last month. But she has recovered wonderfully and is my adorable little, spikey ball of energy again. I love her so much!"

I'm so glad Fiona has made a full recovery - she's absolutely squeedorable!

-Sally Squeeps

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whatsit rodent. spines cactus prickly squee - 6766772224
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What is this prickly critter? Almost looks like an unfortunate mouse that got lost in a cactus patch. Could it be an unusual hedgehog, or porcupine? I need your help squeeps to figure this one out.

-Sally Squeeps