For hamsters, more specifically Syrian hamsters (I'm not touching any dwarf hamsters), it doesn't seem like escape is as much of an issue since I think they're a tad bigger. So can they be kept in a cage? Are those fancy "hamster cages" okay? You know, the ones with the tubes and all. They seem really fun, but hard to clean and I would think hyper little rodents with sharp teeth could have a lot of fun chewing the plastic up. Would a regular cage (like a rat cage) be okay? Or do the prefer burrowing so a tank filled with bedding would be better?
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I just got two fancy dwarf hamsters and live in the same cage and they like each other. one of them got lose the first day because he jumped at my when i opened the door to give them food. but my dad caught him and he was making squeaking noises. now i think an experience like that he would be harder to train. Is that true? I also found out sunflower seeds are very fatining so get the plets and give 1 a day per hampster. plus, they like cabbage. that's what the pet store lady said. Plus, alora, i don't know you but i know the answer to your question.
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These fancy cages can provide hamsters with an interesting variety of space, allowing them to crawl through tunnels and move around more. They are also visually appealing, and you can let your creativity flow when creating these habitats.
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