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Tiny came into our care as her owners could sadly no longer keep her. She is a pretty girl but she has not been used to being handled very much so she is very scared and would benefit from a patient home that could spend lots of time continuing her socialising. Do you have space in your home for a new tiny friend?

Size requirements: A Russian hamster needs a minimum required space of 2ft 6 ins x 1ft 4 ins x 1ft 4 ins (3.12 sq ft) and a sleeping area of 6 ins x 7 ins (0.31 sq ft).

Diet: There are commercial complete foods available for hamsters. This is adequate and provides them with all required nutrients. There are plenty of treats which can be brought but must be fed responsibly to avoid obesity. There are certain fresh foods you can give but there are many which cannot be given. For a list of appropriate foods please ask.

Company: Hamsters are very territorial and would fight till the death with another. It is advised to not keep them together.

Enrichment: Hamsters are the same as all small animals need plenty of exercise and things to keep them occupied. Regularly changing the environment helps to decrease boredom. Tubes, Branches and cardboard are good for chewing. Messing the beds daily will ensure the hamster has something to do. Platforms and facilities to climb are essential as they like to move around.

  • Gender: Male
  • Species: Russian Dwarf Hamster
  • Reference: 21M191117-01