This ‘Vampire’ Hedgehog Becomes An Instant Celebrity On Instagram And You’re About To See Why…

Meet Huff, a 3-year-old rescue African Pygmy hedgehog from Utah whose adorable fangs have earned him a following of 12K people on Instagram. Otherwise known as Sir Hodge Huffington the Cricket Slayer, the cutie-pie was adopted by student Carolyn Parker after his previous owner treated him badly.

“A lot of people in Utah struggle with seasonal depression-including myself”. “I started the account because I wanted to share something that made me happy with other people. Huff comes off as being grumpy and “huffy” but is really lovable and cuddly on the inside. I think that’s why there is such a large fan base for hedgehogs…because a lot of people can relate.”

Meet Huff, a 3-year-old rescue hedgehog who has the most adorable fangs on Instagram

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His protruding teeth have already earned him 12k followers!

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He’s also known as Sir Hodge Huffington the Cricket Slayer

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The cutie-pie was adopted by student Carolyn Parker

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His previous owner treated him badly and finally returned him to a Quill Berry Hedgehogs pet breeder

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“A lot of people in Utah struggle with seasonal depression-including myself,” Parker told Bored Panda.

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“I started the account because I wanted to share something that made me happy with other people”

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“I think that Huff likes being photographed because he always gets wax worms out of it”

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“Huff comes off as being grumpy and “huffy” but is really lovable and cuddly on the inside”

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“I think that’s why there is such a large fan base for hedgehogs…because a lot of people can relate

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“I did my research before deciding to adopt him but I am glad I did”

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“He’s brought a lot of extra happiness in my life”

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Thank you, Carolyn Parker, for talking about your wonderful pet!

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