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Hi Michael Thanks for your question. It is true that in the wild dwarf hamsters live in colonies, however, there is no guarantee they get along OK. In captivity I have kept them in groups, which
Hi Jinene Sorry for not replying sooner. The problem with hamsters is that they all want to escape! I've known hamsters to climb up curtains or get through the tiniest of spaces. If you leave the
Hi Kayla I'm sorry to hear your story. First of all, don't beat yourself up over this. Something things just happen. All you can do is your best and make a decision at that moment in time. With hindsight
Hi Adeline I'm really sorry to hear about your gerbil. I'm afraid I can't give you any advice other than to see a vet as this does sound serious, unless she's just cut her mouth somehow. The sooner
Hi Jinene Some hamsters don't like going in the exercise ball or try to chew their way out. If mine do this I gently move it so that they start running in it again. After a while they wedge the ball