Twiglet The Hedgehog Aph

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 7 Months 7 Days

Pet Breed: Pygmy Hedgehog

Microchipped: nul

Vaccinations: nul

Neutered: nul

Ad Expired/Closed


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Pet Description

African Pygmy Hedgehog Twiglet is a lovely african pygmy hedgehog looking for a lovely home. She is around the one year and a half mark, strictly pet home only. She was originally bred by myself however due to circumstances she has returned. She is a lovely small hedgehog. She is friendly and a curious little girl, she doesn\'t free roam often but would like her to be able too. She can ball up every now and then like any normal hedgehog and have her huff. Experience isn\'t needed but knowledge must. Twiglet doesn\'t come with a set up for reasons however I am willing to include: - Food/treats - Toys You must be able to show me proof of set up before she leaves and must have suitable carrier with blanket/snugglesafe pad. You must have a 12\" Wheel which I can include for 10 extra. I may question you to ensure she goes to the best home. If you are interested in Pumpkin please let me know, We\'re in Nottingham however I\'m happy to help with transport within reason for fuel. She is available now,

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