It shows really, if they are hurt they will make soft squeaking noises and toddle slowly, but if it wasn't from a long fall they'll be fine, they're more tough than they look!
don't play too Rufe with the hamster or dropping them on the floor
The question is too generic, what did it specifically eat of the floor?
no, because if they get tired they can lay on the floor
the soap would be dirty, because there is just not enough soap to clean the entire floor.
It means he actually falls to the ground or floor.
Leave some food in a place on the floor in a short container such as a plate, and see if the hamster comes to it, and maybe put flour on the floor around the plate so you can see where the hamster's footprints go to.
reach down and retrieve it
Peppa falls on the floor when she is laughing, it is known in text language as ROFL roll on floor laughing.
You should take the hamster to the veterinarian immediately if you haven't done so already. This could be permanent. You are not supposed to hold a hamster high above the floor. It's extremely dangerous and can be fatal to the hamster if he jumps off your hand.
When something falls on the floor you are like how did that happen and you didn't mean to do it.
Wouldn't it depend on how far it falls? Off the couch onto the floor? Almost certainly not. Off of a 25th floor balcony onto the street below? Probably.
No, lead is a soft metal. A large lump of lead is likely to break the floor!
You can't tell how fast it is going without the time it took to hit the floor.
no its a physical change
my hamster is hiding in our air vents. I know because it smells like an old hamster cage. My question is how do I get it out?? Our last hamster died in there and it smelled almost as bad. (ps: if you have a 3 year old, don't get a hamster!) One way to get a hamster out is to look for a ceiling vent in your basement. If you have floor vents in your first floor, then the ceiling vent will be on the same level. Once you find a ceiling vent, find where hammy is hiding. Listen for little footsteps in the air vents. When you think he's near the ceiling vent, stuck hamster tubes up inside of it. Hammy won't be able to resist crawling in his hamster tubes! That's how i got my hamster out of the air vents. - ya u totally copied that from the hamster hideout forum...
Both? Depends on the way you look at it, really.
maybe its bum is itchy... or they are trying to get something off of their bum.
The most common hamster flooring is wood chippings/shavings. They love t burry in it. If you go down to your local pet store there's a variety of beddings, you can pick the perfect one depending on what breed of hamster you have.
Yes, but be sure to wash it off very well so that the hamster doesnt smell it and lick the cage walls and floor, otherwise it could get sick.
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