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Like the title mentioned...should i be concerned?
My vet said that they will get worms from eating cockroaches, anyone has this issue before?
Btw the poor cockroach was still alive....*shudders*
 

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well he only had half the cockroach reason being my dad saw him acting funny and upon further investigation then realised what was actually transpiring and threw away the uneaten head half *still alive...yucks*

And i think since i first made this post, he has eaten several more cockroaches......we found a single cockroach leg last night on the kitchen floor and my wife today saw him pouncing on another one in the afternoon *pounced on it quite a few times actually* until it was dead *well i hope it was dead* before eating it......

My wife is normally terrified of cockroaches but she actually phoned me and told me that Sonic growled/snarled/hissed at her while she was trying to get the cockroach away from him...she actually sounded sympathetic for the cockroach~

Personally im not that worried about Sonic eating cockroaches, im more concerned about the growling part at my wife today~
The only time he hissed at us was the first 2 days when we found him at 4weeks old and brought him home, since then he has never hissed or growled at any of us until today......is it a normal reflex behaviour to prevent his fun/food from escaping his reach? or are there real serious problems underlying it?

I decided im going to deworm him monthly btw~
Gonna check with the vet in another 3 weeks as he just had a deworming medicine recently after his first vaccination~
 
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