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Hamster cage?????

Discussion in 'Rodents' started by srhdufe, Aug 14, 2009.


  1. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    hahaha that could be interesting :p

    Unless its a giant hamster or something, can't u get ones that are the size of guinea pigs or did I make that up lol :D
     
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    i saw that a few days ago and was goin to post about it, some people are dead thick!!!
     
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    You could stack some hamsters up in it :D LMAO Some people haven't been blessed with intelligence!
     
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    I've actually seen people advertising rabbit anf GP cages/hutches as being suitable for hamsters! I assume they just want more views, or perhaps they are just really thick ;)
     
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    My granny told me today that keeping hamsters in the house was unhygienic so maybe I will get them a hutch and keep them outside:rolleyes:.
     
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    My Granny has been telling me that for years :rolleyes: :p Oh, and hamsters are only kids pets, did you know that too? Its just silly (and I quote that) for a 21 year old to have little pets. Well :p to her!
     
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    My boyfriends parents complain that we are too old to have a pet hamster... :(
     
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    How can you be too old to keep a pet hamster lol :p
     
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    There must be an age limit on them :p
     
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    Oh dear maybe I'd better rehome mine then.. :eek: :eek:
     
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    Haha thats mad :p Ive never heard someone say that before lol
    I love my hammi :D and im 18 lol
     
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    Yes you definitely should if you are over the age of 12 :rolleyes:
     
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    Me too and I'm OLDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD :D
     
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    Hahah
    To the OP they must be mad. To think you can actually keep a hamster in there haha
     
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    Well you *could* keep a hamster in there... it just wouldn't be able to actually move :rolleyes:
     
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    I think i'll have to rehome mine then if i'm too old... I'm 24 :rolleyes:
     
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    I'm sure you can find a nice 10 year old with a Bratz/Spongebob cage who will take them for you :D:D:D
     
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    Lol yes... My niece wants one but she's only 5 and there's no way i'll let her...
    Besides... I wouldnt trust her mum with one... Or her sister! :rolleyes:

    My brother wouldnt want "it" at his house either as he doesnt really like hams and works full time... :rolleyes:

    I still have to find homes for the babies as Misty is preggers and i cant keep two litters... I dont have room :(
     
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    I hope u find homes for them :O

    I can tell that when I have my own place I'm going to have millions of pets as my parents deprived me of them as a child :D:D
     
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