Also known as Cagrino, it is a small yellow hedgehog of Gypsy lore. Horses were said to be the main victims of the Chagrin, but their favorite are the mares that had recently given birth. They would urinate on their victims, causing them emotional and physical distress, which would also result in boils and sores. Gypsies would use spells and incantations to ward off Chagrins.
"An evil spirit of Romani folklore. It also called Chagrino or Harginn. It is thought to be a combination of several religions and cultures of nations, absorbed as the Romani moved from place to place. The Chagrin appears as a yellow hedgehog, and seeing it is a sign of an upcoming disaster."