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Hamsters By Valerie
Table of Contents Hamster senses Training your hamster The mom Taking care of hamsters At night Hamster fun facts
Hamster senses All hamsters have poor eyesight. They all see best at dim light. Hamsters have pouches in their cheeks. Any hamster needs to use its whiskers as feelers.
Training your hamster You can try your best to train your cute hamster to take it out in the early evening too feed it stuff, if you want.
The mom The mom hamster feeds her babies milk.
Taking care of hamsters Your hamster should not be skinny or fat too be healthy. If your hamster needs go to the vet take it there in a pet carrier. A hamster needs a bed for warm weather. To survive all hamsters need a clean cage!
At night Hamsters are nocturnal so they sleep during the day. you might not get that much sleep, if you keep a hamster in your room. Since hamsters are nocturnal they love to play while we sleep.
Hamster fun facts Lots of hamsters love to live alone. I never knew my last pet hamster was famous, she was drawn in a book! I never knew people can be allergic to hamsters, like me.
Glossary Animal shelter- place where lost or unwanted animals are looked and find new homes Breeder-someone who raises animals Cub-baby hamster Gnaw-chew and bite Litter-group of hamster babies Nest Box-box filled with bedding in which your hamster sleeps in Veterinarian-a doctor who helps animals
Sources Usbourne Frist Pets-Hamsters by Susan Meredith A Pets Life: Hamsters by Anita Ganeri All About Pets Hamsters by Helen Frost -Hamsters