yes gini pig and hamsters can be in the same gage but they can not stay together to long
because guinea pigs are aggressive
Yes , Guinea Pigs will fight with hamsters , you cannot keep them together in the same cage anyway , it is dangerous for the hamster to live in a Guinea pigs cage because the bars are bigger and it could get its head stuck. GUENIA PIGS WILL FIGHT WITH HAMSTERS!
No not in the same cage cuz like bigger people bully smaller people, the guinea pigs will hurt the hamsters
DEFINETLYhamsters stink i have a guinea pig now and i had a hamster to. guinea pigs you can actually play with them and hamsters just sit in their cage already
No, they tend to fight.
No the guinea pigs will beat up the hamsters
yes you can use the same cage, hamsters and guinea pigs are roughly the same animals and can use a hamster cage. Rabbits and guinea pigs can use the same cage also if it is pig enough. Depending on the size of your guinea pig, also guinea pigs love to hide so some sort of hiding object is great.
i think they dont cuz my guinea pigs dont and guinea pigs and hamsters are alot alike i think they dont cuz my guinea pigs dont and guinea pigs and hamsters are alot alike
Did u know how guinea pigs and hamsters alike
they are guinea pigs
It's good to have a cage where your guinea pig is able to explore every corner without bumping into the sides. It should not have a wheel - guinea pigs are not hamsters.
no they can not they dont like sharing
I have been told they will fight if living together.
Depends on the Guinea Pig - also on the cage. I keep my guinea pigs in an open-bottomed cage.
No its not, i guinea pigs cage is way bigger. & you should not have the same size of guinea pig cage as your hampster.
both guinea pigs and hamsters can be very active although hamsters only at night, guinea pigs tend to be more playful and enjoy the company of people more.
Guinea pigs are bigger.Correct Answer!!!!The person above me could not be more wrong!!! Sure they can be bigger, but that's just the start!! Hamsters run on a wheel in their cage. Guinea Pigs do not. Hamsters DO NOT eat citrus fruit (lemons, limes, or any other citric melon) this is harmful to Hamsters. On the other hand, Guinea Pigs need Vitamin C. That's why you put two drops of Vitamin Drops (found in most pet stores) Guinea Pig's water. You put two drops PER OUNCE of water. Hamsters crawl in tubes, run on wheels, and are active in their cage, but not usually easy to cuddle. Guinea Pigs don't do much in their cage, but they get attached to their personal owner and recognize them and they cuddle!!! Hamsters tend to be faster. Guinea Pigs tend to be slower. HAMSTERS SLEEP IN DAY! (alot of people forget that) and Guinea Pigs sleep at night. The list goes on and on. I've done alot of research on both. They have some great care books on both of the Species at Petsmart. Goodluck! Bye! =^^=- GuineaBoo
Guinea pigs and hamsters are booth very smart so it's hard to tell
For two guinea pigs you need at least 7.5 feet of cage.
There seems to be a weird obsession with guinea pigs, hamsters and hedgehogs on this site. Personally hamsters are my favorite. They are more docile.
Guinea pigs and hamsters are just about the same animal, so they die at about the same time.
yes hamsters and guinea pigs are from the same animale family. That family is rodents.
No. Guinea pigs are part of the cavy family. Hamsters are part of the rodent family.
Guinea pigs are smarter than hamsters in responding to us.They even respond when hearing our footsteps or when opening fridges.But,hamsters are more intelligent in doing tricks than Guinea pigs.