When can you take a hamster out of his cage?
When it is just running around in the cage doing nothing but not when it is asleep!!!!!!
Before you get the hamster you need to get the cage prepared, then you can buy the hamster. The pet shop will give you a cardboard box to take it home in. Once your home, put the cardboard box in the cage then open it and let the hamster crawl into the cage and settle in before you start to handle it.
when you get a hamster of the pet they give u a small little box to travel home with. with the hamster in it you then put the box inside the cage and let her climb out when she has got used to her cage and climbs in to her bed gently take the box out and let him/her get used to the cage and go to sleep.
It depends on how long the car trip is. Just always make sure that your hamster has enough food and water to last the whole ride, and don't move the cage around alot because the hamster might get frightened. It is also not a good idea to take your hamster our of its cage either during the trip either.
Because you haven't 'trained' it. It is very easy to accustom a hamster to using its toilet corner before you bring it out of the cage. Place the hamster near the place it has chosen as a toilet area, and it will usually do its business straight away. Then you can handle the hamster without it doing anything on you.
Yes, depending on your cage but your hamster may find a way out and run away. If your cage has a mesh metal then your hamster may be able to fit through but usually not. My hamster is always trying to escape. I solve this by putting her in her ball to run around the room for up to 40 minutes. Afterwords she is usually tired and will take a nap.