Hi there I have an absolutely gorgeous African pygmy hedgehog for sale. A little lady. The girl is very heavy quad and like to be full masked. She is ready to leave from the 13th April. She will also come with a little bag of goodies including
Food and water bowl
She carrys the Algerian black and snowflake lines and heavy quad/full mask genes.
The full masked girl will be £300 I would also ask that I see you set ups before u come to collect the babies just so I know they are going to a correct set up. She comes from a home that can be noisy at times and are handled regularly.
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