This is a spiky floof, and it’s got many
names like the ouch mouse, cactus hamster, heb hob or hebber. There’s also the land
urchin, hairbrush rat, and the extra- scratchy loofah. (not recommended for
human bath time use). Spiky floofs have many features, like little lenses and the
neutral zone, also called the so-soft-but- still-dangerous zone. They’ve also got
noodle noses, but be careful when booping or you might get the nibble
needles. And of course there’s the most distinguishing feature of all: the pokey
stabbies, also called prickles. Here’s a whole bunch of prickles, and here’s a
jar of pickles. Spikey floofs do adorable activities,
like hedgehugs, feasting, and doing the roll outs.
If it’s running an incredibly high speeds, it’s doing a sonic. Spiky Floofs
also get stuck in things, like in your shoes, but they’ll also poop in your
shoes, or in your lawn, or in your hand, or in your bed. And finally spikey floofs are
the very best at one thing: looking sharp. I mean look how sharp that is. Hold
on that’s not a spikey floof! That’s Guy Fieri. Human bamboozle. Visualize
your spiky floofs and anything else with Lucidchart.