I don’t think they’ll be doing anything in the state of California, but I could definitely see someone wanting a hedgehog as a pet. What’s even more amazing is that the hedgehog is a mammal that is not included in the definition of a pet because it is not domesticated. So it will be an interesting question on how the owners of such a hedgehog would feel about the state of California.
As you might imagine, the State of California will be very supportive of the Hedgehog Foundation of America, the organization that has been working to make the wild hedgehog population a more domesticated and docile creature. The foundation hopes to eventually breed the hedgehog’s back to a more docile and domesticated state, which will ultimately mean that the hedgehog will be no longer considered a pet in California.
While the hedgehog’s domestication in California is an admirable goal, the hedgehog is a pet and not a pet owner. When the hedgehog is in the wild, it can become a meal for dogs and cats, which is a very dangerous situation if it’s a pet. The hedgehog is also considered a threat to other pets in the wild because it has a bite to its throat, which can make it very dangerous if you have a dog or a cat.
Yes, we know that some people have pets as pets, but even those people must be very careful because they can be dangerous. While it could be argued that hedgehogs are not, in the end, dangerous compared to cats and dogs, we have to keep in mind that there is a very good chance that some people will not be following the rules that California has in place for hedgehogs.
The California Prop 65 rules include a restriction on hedgehogs in public spaces. As a pet, you cannot be on the streets in public spaces when you are petting yourself, sleeping on the sidewalks, or running away from people who are on your sidewalk. That’s because there are laws meant to protect people from animals, and these laws are meant to protect children from being bit by animals.
Hedgehogs are also protected by the California Animal Care and Control Act. If you look at Wikipedia, the first entry is for 2009. The only animal law that we know of that covers hedgehogs is the California Animal Care and Control Act. So in California if you have a hedgehog that’s under 18 months old, you’re not allowed to own it. The California animal laws are really tough.
The California animal laws seem to be very strict. For example, in 2015 we found a hedgehog that had been eaten by a family member, but wasn’t the legal age to own. The family refused to pay for the cost of putting the hedgehog down, and we didn’t see any other options for the owner, so we took it off their hands. Because of the strict California law on hedgehogs, you really have to be careful around them.
Because hedgehogs are considered “dangerous,” Californians are required to have a special license for their pets. Our client wanted to have a hedgehog, so when we found a “shark” from the same area, we took the animal off of the owner’s hands. Because hedgehogs are not legal to own, you can only keep them as a pet for a very limited amount of time.
We don’t know how this is going to go, but we hope that the government will be happy to let them keep their pets for a long time. Because they are already running a big business in California and they have to be careful about the effects of the economy on a public service.
The problem is that the government only allows pets to be kept for a very short period in the first place. So if we go to California, there is a very real possibility we could be looking at the death of a hedgehog. While that may be a bit shocking to most people, it’s nothing compared to what could happen to a real live pet. There are ways that being a pet is bad for you and there are ways that it isn’t.