Why do hamsters live in a cage?
Because they need to keep safe
Hamsters can live in 10 gallon aquariums (or terrariums). They can live in a plastic cage or a cage with metal bars too. You can also make your own cage, but you must know how. Hamsters also live in the wild in certain parts of the world.
Well, hamsters really should not be put in a cage with other hamsters as they fight with each other
No, not in the same cage because hamsters are territorial.
They tend to live in forests
Yes you can, and some hamsters need to live in pairs. However, syrian hamsters are very territorial and need to live alone.
You may have 4 dwarf hamsters in a cage but not Syrian hamsters because they will either fight to their death! Or mate.....
No. Syrian hamsters naturally lead very solitary lives and are highly territorial and therefore need to be kept in a cage of their own. Syrian hamsters turn aggressive and fight the Dwarf hamsters if kept in the same cage.
They live in a cage, if they are in a household. They have bedding, water, food, and maybe even a blanket or a hut inside the cage.
Dwarf hamsters tend to nip more and can live with multiple hamsters in a cage.
No, they tend to fight.
They can but it will get messy (they will fight)
There are many animals that live in a cage. Some animals that live in a cage include rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, and other various small animals.
there is no such thing as a wild hamster they are domestic pets that live in a cage in your house :)
No,it would be way to small.Dwarf rabbits cant live in a hamsters cages as they are bigger and they need more room.
No teddy hamsters and dwarf hamsters cant stay together
No. Teddy bear hamsters generally prefer to live in their own little territory. Dwarf hamsters can live with another dwarf hamster in the same cage. Hope it helps :)
In the wild, hamsters dig holes called burrows and live in them. So by instinct, hamsters will dig.
No, they tend to fight.
Well, wild hamsters live in the desert. But, a domestic hamster would live in a basic cage which you'd find at your local pet shop or the internet.
No, Syrian hamsters are solitary animals. If you put two in a cage, they will fight, or they will mate and then fight.
it depends on the type of hamster syrian hamsters HAVE to live alone russian dwarf hamsters can live in pairs but they may fight chinese dwarf and roborovski hamsters love living in pairs or groups good luck =]
Yes. Female hamsters, or girl hamsters, will also fight. They aren't any better with the fighting thing. Syrian hamsters of any gender will eat each other if put in one cage. Dwarf hamsters, on the other hand, can live with each other with a daily mini-quarrel.
You might need to clean your hamsters cage
yes because animals like hamsters and rabbits live in cages
NO!Well actually not in the same cage but if they are separate its fine.
We have had two female hamsters in the same cage for a year now. They squabble occasionally, but get along for the most part. Sometimes they even sleep together as one furry ball.
if youhave a big cage you can put up to 4 or 5 hamsters. with a small cage you can have 1 to 3 hamsters I would put 4 in a big cage, and 2 in a small cage.
Yes. Bigger hamsters live longer. ------ Generally speaking it depends on how you treat your hamster. If their cage is always clean, they have a good hygene, and they are fed well, they will live longer. Hamsters live up from 2-3 years but if they are very well taken care of, they can live up to 5 years.
No it's not. Syrian hamsters are very territorial and need to live alone. If they are kept in a cage together they will fight. As they are relatives they can live together in the same cage for up to 5 weeks. At this age the puppies can get pregnant so must live separately to avoid this. At 5 weeks old they must be split. If you want to keep more than one hamster its best… Read More
It depends on what type of hamsters, and how big the cage is.
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!
Most of the time, i have 2 Chinese dwarf hamsters kept in the same cage and they are fine, Hope This Helps
because guinea pigs are aggressive
if they were raised together like brothers or sisters
Yes they can. I know someone who has three in one cage.
Syrian Hamsters will kill and eat a gerbil, do not put them together in the same cage.
i guess, hamsters are escape artists. you would have to put the coroplast up as high as the grids. i wouldn't with a dwarf and if you have other animals they will probably jump into it unless you make a cage lid for it.
I clean out my hamsters cage twice a week.
No not in the same cage cuz like bigger people bully smaller people, the guinea pigs will hurt the hamsters
if it is a pet to someone it will live in a cage but if it is living in the wild it will live in tiny wholes in the ground and occasionally in hollow trees
Yes, normall syrian hamsters and most other hamsters ould need a cage to stay in so that he dosnet run round oyur house. It would need a house in its cage for it to sleep in. Also fresh water & food, and toys to play and chew on.
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.
Yes, since they dwarves, they can live in communities.
Depending on the species it's possible. Dzungarian Dwarf hamsters, short dwarf hamsters, and Russian hamsters are supposed to be Ok. If they are sisters, from the same litter and have been together since birth, then you shouldn't have any problems. Make sure the cage is big enough for two to run around and have their "own space".
you need to kleen out a hamsters cage about once a week or more if necessery
Ya but not in the same cage the chinchilla would eat the poor hamster
Syrian hamsters, as they tame very easily, and are quite large so they are easy to hold. Also they live alone, so you don't have to clean out a massive cage designed for two hamsters.
No. You should keep syrian hamsters separately as they like to be alone and may figh if put to live together.