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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-26-2012, 11:19 AM Thread Starter
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Hamsters!

I <3 my hamster, petal(and my brothers Gabe Jr. Jr.(don't ask)). Post pics and show us your hamsters! Mine are Chinese Dwarf Hamsters!
By the way, apologies for the bad quality of the pic. And no, we don't keep them together.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-27-2012, 02:32 AM
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I own a Dwarf Hamster, he is a little over two years old, his name is Hannibal:



Here is his home made bin cage:


Bettas - Giovanni (HM), Burly (HMPK Giant), Potato (EEHM), Vesper (HMPK).

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Awww... so cute!

I currently own a male betta fish, a female betta fish, two eastern painted turtles, one western painted turtle, one Chinese dwarf hamster, and a whole load of guppies.
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I really like his cage.

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I really like his cage.
Thanks. :)
It is alot bigger than pretty much all the hamster cages at petstores and alot cheaper. The bin only cost about $11. :)

Bettas - Giovanni (HM), Burly (HMPK Giant), Potato (EEHM), Vesper (HMPK).
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I use two ten gallon tanks(I have two hamsters). The type of hamsters(Chinese Dwarf) can squeeze through anything the size of a pinky finger or bigger.

I currently own a male betta fish, a female betta fish, two eastern painted turtles, one western painted turtle, one Chinese dwarf hamster, and a whole load of guppies.
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I have a male long-haired syrian. :D
He'll be 2 in August.

He has a ovo set-up. ;) I love ovos - but they are a pain in the back side to clean. It took me 2 hours on Saturday . . . lol Since I took the pic of his cage it's changed - the orange wheel isn't there. I got a green one that hooks onto the outside of the cage. He has an edible log where the wheel was.

Sorry - it's kinda dirty in the pic. :/
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~Countless Pond Snails~1 Espe's Rasbora~1 Harlequin Rasbora~

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Many of my scaly friends from my original tank from 2011 have passed, except for two! I am in the process of re-doing my tank. :)
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My bin cage is very easy to clean. I just take his stuff out then tip the bin over the trash to get the bedding out. Takes only a few minutes and the bin barely weighs anything. :)

As for the holes in my bin cage. That is how I chose to give him air you can also get these little plastic clips and put screen over the spots, then your ham could not get out. :)

Bettas - Giovanni (HM), Burly (HMPK Giant), Potato (EEHM), Vesper (HMPK).
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We have a Teddy Bear named Jazzy. She's about 2yrs, blind and has a fatty mass on her back. She's a rescue we just took in :) We're new to Hamsters.



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Awww <3

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