No, hamsters are territorial, the hamster will kill the mouse.
yes, mouse poison will kill hamsters, when using poison try to keep it in places that your pet can not get to.
If you like watching hamsters eat/kill mice, then yes.
Not really, they won't try to kill each other. I tried it because I had a mouse and a hamster but only one cage. I figured why not? Well, they didn't try to kill each other. It's just that the hamster, Nibbles, keeps stealing Lionel's (mouse) place. Like when Lionel was on the wheel, Nibbles tried to steal his place. Which lead to fighting. So it's alright if you put them together in a cage… Read More
No.....................Dont do that they will fight and try to kill each other
if u want them to kill each other yes
A mouse is smarter.
it depends on the kind of hamster, like a bigger hamster is normal but a dwarf hamster is very fast so a mouse is maybe the same pace as a dwarf hamster
A hamster and a mouse, erm, they don't actually fight, but I think depends on the size.
In the pokedex infos it is a mouse Pokemon , not a hamster
Yes but it really depends on the mouse. If you think your mouse would like a hamster ball make sure it is small and not hamster sized. If your mouse shows any signs of distress once in the hamster ball take it out immediately.
to much food can kill a hamster
I think a dwrf mouse
Different species of rodents are natural enemies. Hamsters kill mice, but get a mouse's parasites afterwards.
It may kill your hamster. Please do not give your hamster any alchohol at all.
as long as your mouse fits comfortably yes a mouse could use a hamster ball to exercise
A hamster because they are cute
No, mixing different species is not recommended and may end up in the death of the mouse or hamster, or both. The hamster could also chew off the mouse's tail.
Hamster because mice stink and hamster like to play more than mice. If you want a playful pet choose hamster an if you want a pet that will just sit around in the cage then the mouse is for you!
No, a hamster has a very short tail.
the hamster becausec it is much liter and it has bigger legs
It is possible. a hamster should not be kept with a gerbil. The hamster may also try kill the gerbil if it dislikes it.
No, they are different species.
No, they cannot interbreed.
Yes They Are
i am doing a science project on muscial hamster maze. origanally musical mouse maze but i do not own a mouse so im using a hamster.
put mouse traps out or if you don't want to kill it look into no kill mouse traps.
No, they would fight
A Gerbil or a Hamster.
no don't be stupid
a hamster cage
No, but Hamsters and mice are both rodents
a rabbit could kill a hamster but it deppends how the rabbit and hamster act. if you are not sure if your rabbit will kill the hamester then you put the rabbit in one cage and put the hamster in another cage right next to the rabbit and see what happens.
A pet mouse would live in a cage like a hamster cage.
Yes, a cage is a cage. As long as there's no mouse in the cage already.
Out of those three, a mouse could probably cover more ground.
Yes. Stress can kill a mouse. Extreme fright can kill most any critter.
She might kill the male hamster.
No it won't
well.. a hamster cant kill you but if it has rabeis than yeah it will i have a teddy bear hamster named sparkis
No, they are very different species.
rat, gerbil, hamster