11.An upcycled wool pincushion that doesn't mind being poked whatsoever.
12.A cute storage box with a hedgehog giving some major side eye (to the mess on your floor).
13.A minimalistic rubber stamp that does your greetings for you.
14.A whimsical pillow featuring a hedgehog looking for some adventure (and perhaps more balloons).
15.Multicolored stud earrings that invoke high levels of cute aggression.
16.Spiky lip balms that will smooth out the edges and dry creases in your pout.
17.A simple mug where you'll find a tumbling hedgehog from every angle.
18.Delightful socks speckled with hedgehogs chasing daisies to wear when you need a surefire mood boost.
19.A dainty rose gold necklace that comes equipped with a short, inspirational poem.
20.Charming hedgehog-themed clothing for the animal-loving little ones in your life.
Hedgehogs are known to be great family pets, as they're naturally quiet, odorless, typically don't cause any allergic reactions, and take up very little space. Wheee!
Get the cardigan for $48.50 and the romper for $29.10, both from Nordstrom.
21.Unnaturally colorful hedgehogs who are surely never, ever late.
22.An array* of hedgehogs cleverly disguised as cacti, like the sneaky creatures they are.
23.A teensy hedgehog who's temporarily traded its quills in for toothpicks.
24.A playful onesie with a prominent snout (for sniffing treats, obviously).
25.A fantastic purple shower curtain that will surely inspire some deep thoughts.
26.A prickly hedgehog who will easily destroy — I mean, grate anything it touches.
27.Stickers that are too pure and lovely *not* to stick on everything you own.
28.A polite canvas tote to go with your "hello" stamp from #13.
29.A glossy hedgehog who faithfully collects your pencils when it's not roaming around to find food.
30.A hedgehog anatomy phone case so you can educate people on this very important scientific matter on the fly.
31.A book filled to the brim with fanciful, beautiful shots of one especially photogenic hedgehog.
Darcy is still one of my favorite Instagram accounts, even though she sadly passed away in 2014. Her owner, Shota Tsukamoto, put together this book in her memory and has since gotten another equally-adorable hedgehog named Matthew, who she also photographs.