Friday, 22 July 2011

Hamster Racing!

Looks fantastic fun! I think I may have to do some underground street racing when I escape next!

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Location Location Location!

Squeak Squeak!

After escaping my cage a few days ago and finding the book mummy brought to learn to to look after me, I decided to have a look through it. One thing stood out that I wanted to share my knowledge on, so here we are, squeaky squeak!

Today's lesson is the importance of the location of a hamster cage in the house. This is important because hamsters, especially dwarf hamsters have sensitive respiratory systems. Cages should be located on a solid flat surface with a bit of space around the cage itself to catch sawdust etc, some hamsters are throwers and will hurly pieces of bedding over a foot (12")!!!

This flat surface must not be near a door or window, nor can it be near a radiator or heating element, hamsters must be kept at a comfortable temperature with no fluctuation, between 65 ° F / 18° C and 80°F / 26°C ideally. If your having some building work done to your house, the relocation of the cage is essential as small dust particles can cause some serious health issues. Moisture is also a concern, if your hamster is in a damp environment, it will develop Pneumonia which can be fatal, so do not give your hamster a bath! Sand baths are fine (and fun) though.   

So take note of this advice and ensure you provide the best living conditions for your pet hamster.

Lord Fuzzby x

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Book of the Day

This is my recommended book of the day!

My owners have it and it is very good, mummy learned how to care me with this book, what foods I needed and what treats I could have, while the man who lives here just used it to prop a wonky table! Evil man!

I am not an affiliate for Amazon by the way.

Monday, 18 July 2011

Play with Lord Fuzzby!

Great Ideas For Hamster Cages

Great Ideas For Hamster Cages

By Morgan Hamilton
It is really great to have a hamster as your pet. They are very cute and they like to chew different things but especially cloth. While cats and dogs are allowed to walk freely around your home, you don’t let your hamster out of its cage. You do need to have a hamster cage in case you own one of these lovable pets. The cages come in many different shapes and sizes and have a variety of features for your hamster.
The most popular shape for hamster cages is rectangular. Because of this particular shape the hamster cages are usually put in a corner, so that they wouldn’t stand in the center of the room and be on your way. When you feel like playing with your pet, you can easily take the hamster out but when you have stopped playing with it and are leaving the room it is good to make sure you have put it in its cage.

You should pay attention to your hamster’s security because if it escapes from its cage, it might become a prey for animals. Many neighbours have cats and they can hurt your adorable little pet, so you should protect it from them. Consequently, if there are any cats around you should always lock your hamster in its hamster cage, so that it would be safe.
Just as any other mammal hamsters need a daily supply of water. Most of the hamster cages have a water bottle system. In cages made of wire there is a little ball at the end of the nozzle so that the water doesn’t flow free but comes out when the hamster is thirsty. You can also buy little bows which can be used for feeding. They are put in the hamster cages and the pets can eat from them. There are several types of hamster food.

It is very important to keep your hamster fit as it needs regular exercises. You can help it by purchasing a small wheel that fits inside the hamster cages. This is how you will make sure your lovely pet will get some exercises when it is closed there. There are also such hamster cages which have plastic tubes which go through and around the cage. Their main purpose is to entertain the hamster and let it roam around its home.
Cleaning hamster cages is a very important task and should not be neglected for the well-being of both your little pet and yourself. To make it easy for cleaning, you can put a newspaper on the bottom of the hamster cage and also some wood chips. You just lift the paper and the wood chips out and replace them with new.
When living in a building where having animals is restricted taking a hamster might be just the way to have a pet. It is good for your children to have a pet like hamster as they will easily learn how to take care of a pet while playing and having fun with it.
Morgan Hamilton offers expert advice and great tips regarding all aspects concerning pets. Get the information you are seeking now by visiting Hamster Cages
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Squeak Squeak.... wow those look great. What type of cage do you have my hammie friends??? x

Squeaky Squeak!

Hi All,

I snuck out again! Tehehe! My Ninjutsu skills are getting good!

As I was using mummy's computer, I found a picture of the perfect partner for me.
She's fluffy, pretty, and house trained! I'd certainly like to take her out in my ball sometime! Maybe we could go into a roll in movie!

Squeaky Squeak!