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    Default Fearghal- U/D 28th March 0030 hrs Post 94......

    *U/D NEVER BUY ONE OF THESE CAGES*


    After he was very poorly a few months ago he did not do well in his previous set up. But he seems to love his cage now





















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    Gosh that's a very posh hammie house I'm not surprised he likes it.

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    Default hammi the hamster

    dear jack,s-jane,--wow,-hammi is quite the navigator,wonderful.-gotta love it.-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa-in lock down

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    He has lots to do in there and I am very pleased he is happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewaller View Post
    dear jack,s-jane,--wow,-hammi is quite the navigator,wonderful.-gotta love it.-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa-in lock down
    I'm in lock down too James !! What a strange world we are all now living in x


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    Where did you get this cage from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    Where did you get this cage from?
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hamster-C...72.m2749.l2648



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    I really like it but I don't think it would be big enough for a Syrian and it doesn't say what size the wheel is, but perhaps you can put a bigger one in? 7".

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    He's escaped and has been missing for over 24 hours. I have gutted the house and I cant find him

    I am useless, this cage was bought with the best of intentions. The bar spacing was meant to be suitable for Dwarf Hamsters. Why did I believe it, I read that tanks did not provide adequate air circulation and could lead to RTIs. I am utterly devastated. I have hurt my back again in all my pulling out of kitchen cabinets etc and pulling skirting board away from walls. I can barely move. Now caring for my Rabbits is going to be so hard. It is all my fault

    I will NEVER forgive myself for this



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    Oh no Robos are so tiny, it's not your fault he was able to escape.

    I had a mouse escape once and was able to catch him when he came out for food.

    I'm sure you'll find him. Could you make a bucket trap to catch him?

    He might even go back to his cage all by himself, especially since he seemed to love it and it's a source of comfort, food, water for him.

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