Are hampsters realy frozen to hold?
do they stink, get out easily, attract pest or what.
tell me what you do to save up your hamster
I have had 2 hampsters and let me give an account you they are great pets if you don't want to have a lot of maintenence problems. First hampsters don't really stink more close to they have their own smell. And they sleep in the day so you dont entail to worry about giving the little one too little attention. They are very independent animals that don't pinch alot of space. All you do is get it a cage and food and some toys. You then put some of those soft woodchip things on the hold floor and a food bowl and a water holder. Then add the toys. The toys can even be a clean discarded toilet composition roll. Then put some food in the bowl and add the hampster. They will be happier than clams. : )
No I have have hamsters since I was 6 and they are very easy to purloin care of. They keep themselves very verbs and it's not hard for you to clean they're cage. Completely amendment it about once a week. If you have a well-made cage they shouldn't know how to get out and I've never had any other pests attracted by my hamsters. Just make certain they have plenty of food and water and play with them recurrently.
1) no they dont stink they are markedly hygenic
2) only if you leave the coop open
and last but not least
3) dont meditate they attract pest
i would get a gerbil they are more fun and they
do more there cuter aswell =]
You don't have to feed it everyday because it stores food contained by its mouth and puts it in its bed I think you fill its bowl once a week.
Change its river once a day.
And make sure it get plenty of excercise eg. A wheel or a ball to run inside
You can buy a cage which usually will come next to a water and food dish that clips to the cage so they don't get dumped. A marine bottle is easiest and holds a lot of water but I changed that when cleaning the cage. Hamster food and bedding is cheap.
We lost both hamsters though. One run into the kitchen which we thought was safe and it found a little gap under the cabinate kick plate - we never saw him again.
The otherdisappearedd in a bedroom (door be closed) We looked EVERYWHERE. I put food out on the floor and it was eating at night but we still couldn't find it. After something like a week we discovered in was nesting in a dresser drawer. It could climb up inside the support of the drawers where in was unfurl. He chewed up some clothes too.
NO all you have to do is revision its cage once a week and by an affordable cage for the hamster and get the stuff that it wants.And instead of buying a cage you can make your own here's a website that tells you how to craft a homemade cage http://www.bitterepiphany.com/bin_cage.h...