When deciding to buy a hamster, think first of all about whether you will be able to meet its requirements. He is a tiny animal, but still requires a lot of time, he is very delicate, which requires a lot of care. Before buying this pet, make sure that the hamster is not an unwanted tenant and that it does not interfere with any of the household members, and especially that nobody in the house is an allergic to the hamster's coat.
Will the hamster be accepted by other animals already living in the house. If you already have a cat or dog, will your future hamster be safe. If you are planning to buy a hamster for your child, make sure that the child does not treat the hamster like a toy that can always be squeezed and fed or forced to do what is not necessarily natural for him/her.
Hamsters are very delicate and also sensitive animals, they are recommended especially for children over 8 years of age. Animals allow to release positive feelings in the child, it also has a good impact on emotional development. This is how the child begins to learn responsibility. You must remember that the hamster has very sensitive ears, does not like and cannot stay in noisy rooms like loud music, and needs absolute peace and quiet to sleep. It is recommended to place the cage in a place where it does not disturb anyone. Hamsters are animals that do not tolerate cigarette smoke. Consider whether you have enough space at home, not only on the terrarium, but also on the catwalk, which is essential for your hamster to be able to run or play under your eye.
It should be watched carefully so that it does not bite electric cables, because this usually results in the death of a rabbit. And also not to get into our wardrobe, because there can weave a very cozy and warm nest. The larger the cage, the better, because the hamster can move more freely in it. The cage is certainly better than the aquarium, because hamsters like climbing very much and that's what the cage can provide. Remember that an animal that is closed in a cage and nobody takes care of it, does not care much faster wilderness and also dies of loneliness. The hamster can only stay alone for up to four days, of course if it has access to fresh water and non perishable food. Remember that you have the opportunity to give your hamster a peaceful and joyful life and you don't necessarily have to deny yourself any things at all.
To sum up, before buying this pet, make sure that the hamster will not be an unwanted tenant and that it will not disturb any of the household members, and especially that nobody at home is an allergic to the hamster's coat. Will the hamster be accepted by other animals already living in the house. If you already have a cat or dog, will your future hamster be safe.
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