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This site was created by: Laura Mowrey
Kymwana Tiggy Winkle Hedgehogs has downsized: I will continue to breed one to two litters
Kymwana Tiggy Winkles (named by my grand daughter) began as a small, in home business.
I have been working with hedgehogs since 2003. I started out by wanting a hedgehog for a
pet. I graduated from Fort Steilacoom Community College in Tacoma WA, with a degree in Animal
Technology. After attending my first hedgehog show in Anacortes Wa, in 2004, where EHP Chancey KTW
won his 1st Grand Champion, and his 2nd Grand Champion in 2005, I decided to try breeding.
With the help of other breeders we had our first litter born on 9/11/05.
I BREED FOR QUALITY-HEALTH, AND PERSONALITY-FRIENDLY. I DO NOT BREED FOR COLOR,
BUT PREFER THE DARKS. HOWEVER I DO HAVE MOST OF THE COLORS.
Being a USDA licensed breeder doesn't always make a breeder a good breeder.
Here are some questions you should ask the breeders you contact:
1. Are you a member of the International Hedgeghog Association?
2. Do you register your hedgehogs with the International Hedgehog Registry?
3. Do you know the lineages of your hedgehogs?
4. Do you give a pedigree with the sale of you babies?
5. Do you breed hedgehogs that have the wobbly hedgehog syndrome, (genetic disorder) in their lineages?
6. Can we come visit and handle your animals?
(Click on the pages below):
DIRECTIONS TO OUR HOUSE
ADULTS / CAGES / MISC FOR SALE
POLICIES AND PRICES
YOUR NEW HEDGEHOG
WASHINGTON VET LIST
PRINTABLE CARE SHEET
Send me your hedgehog pictures!
Remembering our loved ones
Useful links about hedgehog care.
You can come see me!
I am at the Point Defiance Zoo here in Tacoma, Washington!
You can find us at The Phoenix Arizona Zoo!!
Kymwana Tiggy Winkles Hedgehogs
Western Washington Fair Puyallup, WA 2011
Won top honors in the "Animals of the World Barn" for
educational, most infomative, and best display!
I want to thank the judges that voted for me.
Amaryllis and Cosmos are off to Las Vegas, Nevada to live with Feather's and Spikes!
I have under 3 breeding females.
If you would like to come see us, we will all be living at,"The Wildlife Conservation Center in Newark, NJ"
This website is dedicated to my beloved Chancey.
Rest in Peace sweet girl