Are you a good hamster owner? Quiz

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    What is the smallest size a hamsters cage can be?

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139 days ago
I prefer not to use the word "Owner" as it kinda sounds like we are better than other animals. My Russian dwarf hamster, Sprinkles, died suddenly of we think a heart attack at age 1.5. Cupcake is her biological sister and she is approximately 1.75 years old. She is happy and healthy, abnormally friendly, a climber, and chews her bars. She loves treats, being handled (as long as the person in question does NOT smell like cat), running on her wheel, her toys and her favourite chewing bar. I'm a second-time hamster friend who knows quite a lot but we think she may have conjunctivitis, or pinkeye and we don't know any vets that accept hamsters. What do we do?
423 days ago
Agree with other comments. The answer to which one is wrong is both dwarf hamsters are violent AND they should be kept in pairs. For many species it can be dangerous to keep them in pairs.

Same with trusting pet shop employees, some do know their stuff, and even those trained know the very basics, just take what they say as advice and do your own research.

Also chinchilla sand is actually very dusty it can cause respiratory problems. You can use certain play sands and oven bake them, it’s safer.

Also if your hamster is climbing it can mean they’re bored and if they fall can injure themselves. It’s not to say they don’t enjoy climbing but if they consistently do this in the cage, something needs to change.

They also hate moving cages, whenever you clean them out you should only clean a section at a time as it’s loses their scent and can make them panic so of course a new cage would make them worry a lot.

Finally, exercise balls are only okay for some hamsters. Try the hamster in one for five minutes and if they’re biting or not moving at all it could be a sign that they don’t like it.
815 days ago
Ummmmmm not Al dwarfs are violent! And not all hamsters should be kept in pairs either. This quiz hasn't got all of the right information! Hamsters are solitary creatures who do best on their own. It just isn't right to force them into pairs or to assume that every single member of a species is violent!
900 days ago
Not all hamster like to climb.