How do you take the body of a baby dead hamster out of its cage?
I'm really sorry for your loss, it sounds insensitive but when one of my Guinea
Pigs dies we use a shovel and bury them in a shoe box :(
Hope you cheer up
Yes, you should. Unless you want your cage to be smelt of death. I left my dead baby hamster for a a few hours to allow the mother and her other babies to feed on the dead baby --- this gives proteins, nutrients and energy to the Mama hamster and keeps her healthy and nourished so that she can feed her babies with enough milk. After that, I removed the dead baby hamster. If you… Read More
The momma hamster eats their baby if it's dead because it gives them protein
NEVER put the new hamster in the same cage, with same stuff! BOIL the toys, cage, in warm, soapy water for 30 minutes! If you don't you are most likely to have another sick/dead hamster :( The disease might remain in the same cage where the sick hamster may have touched, nibbled or made any contact with. Stay safe!
do not touch it or the hamster will eat it you can only touch it if it has fur the mummy hamster will take care of it and it will feed it milk if the mummy hamster ate the baby it means that the baby is dead so really you do not have to do any thing because the mummy hamster will look after it you can watch the baby hamster but do not touch… Read More
Bury it or get rid of the body some other way. The hamster is already dead so it doesn't really matter what you do with it's body.
no unless they are enimies or the dead hamster is the baby of that other hammmy
Remove it from the cage and bury it.
Use a pooper scooper to get it out if you don't want to pick it up.Ugh.
if the mother is dead the baby hamster needs to be introduced to a new mother that has babies of a similar age at the moment, but the mother will kill it if she thinks it isn't hers and to trick her into thinking its hers you must rub her used bedding all over the baby hamster and put it in with her litter.
If the baby is dead, then yes, you should.
Your hamster was found frozen dead in her cage and part of her insides were coming out her behind does any one know what happened?
Your hamster died, get a new one.
NO. You can not put two different animals in the same cage! This is dangerous. They may fight and the hamster will probably not live. So unless you want a dead hamster, do not put them together.
Did did your hamster kill the other one if you left plenty of food and water but when you came back your hamster was dead and all you saw was fur everywhere and his face and food was out of the cage?
If your hamster's face was out of the cage, then it couldn't have happened naturally.
Possibly, but it mainly depends on if the dead hamster has diseases and what not. I had a group of baby hamster, they ate their siblings and mom when they died, and where fine.
look inside the cage to see if they are breathing if not take them out and ask mom and dad to help you.
yes, remove it from the cage and do not feed it to your other hamster
Only dwarf hamsters can be put into the same cage. Other hamsters, such as Syrian hamsters will kill each other, so unless you want a dead Hamster, Put only One in the cage.
Eat it slowly. But only the neck.
It is dead or if your luck survive so try not to! Cuz yall be sorry!.
No. Mixing different species is not recommended and you may well end up with a seriously injured or dead hamster. They don't have the same care requirements, and would gain nothing from the interaction.
Can 2 male hamsters live together for 1 days then separate again your friend is coming over with her hamster to use your hamster race track and wondering if they can live in the same cage for a night?
No Male hamster fight for territory If you want to wake up to one hamster dead that's a other thing...
If the hamster is not moving or feels stiff to the touch, or if it doesn't respond to touch or other sensations, or if there is no involuntary "rise and lowering" of the body that is typical in normal breathing, it could very well be dead. Also, if the hamster is emitting a strong, "rotten" odor, it lends further credence to the "dead" theory.
It is inadvisable to put any other animal in with a hamster, as they are solitary creatures, and do not require companionship. They will almost certainly fight, the outcome of which will be dead mice and an injured hamster.
i guess if you put cheese in a hamsters cage it might eat it ... but DONT cheese can block up a hamsters system my friend had a hamster and fed it cheese and he died he was a young hamster so they took the dead hamster to the vet to find out why it has died the vet saw that the cheese had blocked the system and stopped the breathing
Yes, you definitely should. The dead pup can rot in a moist or warm area such as a hamster cage. The cage would smell terrible and it would takes days of washing to ward off the smell! Also, the mother might eat the dead pup and she might get all sorts of bacteria and viruses. This will spread into her milk and poison the other pups! It's true! Don't leave the dead pup in there.
ok imagine you have big enough cheeks to hold a baby in your mouth. The baby will eventually die because of the lack of oxygen and how warm it is in your mouth, That's what happened with you hamster
No because if you do, it will start to smell and could cause infection. Also, if you did it would be there forever if you didn't move it. Answer 2 No, because if you do it would start to smell and cause infection, but not only that the Mother hamster will likely eat them, and after she eats them she will probably get diarea and will eventually die.
A small amount of dead dryed grass possibly shredded paper or newspaper or a small amount of the stuff you buy at the store to put on the bottom of a hamster or gerbil cage but not so much of anything it adds to much pressure on the rabbit or can suffocate it.
If the fetus dies the mothers body will reject it and pass the baby out of the body, to protect the mother. The condition is known as "Stillborn"
If you think your hamster is dead try picking it up and feeling it if he/she is cold and stiff it is dead. If it is warm and it moves its probably just tired.
A hamster if it is dead looks the same just staying still. It may have no color depending what it died from .
It is dead :)
i read in a book that when your hamster dies you do a pagan ritual and maturbate over it
PLEASE for the sake of the hamster, take it to the vet immediately
Can you put a gerbil or a hamster in a cage that had a dead diseased wild mouse in it or do you have to clean it first?
yes of course. the lingering energy is still there and the filth. Clean It !!!!!! plus your critter will feel a LOT more clean and happy!!
Hamsters actually CAN explode....but due to a tumor. If a hamster has a tumor that goes undetected/untreated it may get so large that it cannot be contained in the hamsters body, and therefore explodes leaving the poor hammy dead. :(
it all depends the body has to be taken to a hospital and examined and find out and if the baby still alive the cut the body open and take the baby out if the baby dead it will be buried inside of the mother
Put some milk into a medicine dropper and slowly put some in the hamsters mouth. Hopes this helps.
Um....Oh my gosh! poor hamster. he/she would be dead. :(
If it is like that, cold and not breathing, yes, it is dead.
it may be dead
Ok this is what you do. Wash your hands really good. Then put on some gloves and remove the dead hamster. Put it in a bag and throw it away. You do this so the mother hamster doesn't smell your scent because if you touch another baby with your hand she will eat her babies. Hopes this helps.
seperate them straight away because they can either breed with each other and have deformed babies or they will fight to death and you will end up with dead babies!
He sailed 2,000 miles away from Alaska to find a dead body. He found himself in a cage and realized, it was him he wanted to find.
you know when your hamster is dead win they don't move or don't do anything with you.You know when your hamster is hibernating when is doesn't wake up in 6 months never annoy them when they are because they might get agressive .
If its not breathing or moving also, its probably dead.
bring it to the vet's
say a prayer and eat it
No, your hamster is dead.
if a cockatial is at the bottom of its cage and on its side with its eyes closed then its dead but if its up on a stick or on the side of the cage with its eyes clsed then its just sleeping