Will a mother hamster nurse a baby mouse?
probably not but it is possible but i wouldn't try it.
Yes, a mouse will nurse young from another mother if the other mother is removed or deceased
yes if the other mother will do it things should be just fine
They must live in the same cage, because the mother hamster must nurse her pup. When the Hamster is 4 weeks old, it could leave its mother. For more Information, visit: www.hamsterownerswebs.webs.com
after the baby hamster has been handled for a while sometimes the mother hamster will eat their young so be "careful".
No, unless the "big hamster" is the baby's mother. However if you touch the baby hamsters the mother sense your smell and the mother could eat or kill it because of the smell. So don't touch the baby hamsters.
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.
Is the adult hamster its birth mother?
You should never, under any circumstances, remove a baby hamster from the mother.
If a baby hamster has strayed from its nest the mother hamster will pick the baby up in her teeth and carry her back.
They nurse from the mommy until its time for them to eat big hamster food.
because the baby hamster is looking for residue on the mothers mouth to eat :3
If the baby hamster was abandoned by its mother, its probably not healthy.
it will abandon its baby.
First of all.... the answer should be complete that how much small is the mouse??? that is, it's a little gorwn up baby or premature?????? It's really very hard to nurse a baby mouse, that to without any good vet's help...... as their body is really senstive to surrounding environment
Is the mother a mouse? Is the father a mouse? Then yes, it is a mouse.
After the baby hamster is old enough, it no longer needs its mother and starts to become an adult hamster of its own. The hamster needs to be separated to avoid fighting or mating with its mother, or even its father if he resides in the cage still, depending on the sex of the baby hamster.
depends on the mouse care, if its a nested baby mouse with the mother allowing it to nurse,it is not likely you will be able to tell,also interfering with the mother may result in adbandonment of the mouse, if it is a very young baby mouse(pinky), under 14 days of age and you are personally nursing it it is recommended you wet a Q-Tip and rub the belly slowly spinning the Q-Tip as you rub… Read More
Yes they do. A mother hamster usually feeds the puppies for two weeks after they are born.
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only if they have the scent of another hamster on them or if she does not want them.
This is what you do. There are two things you can do. One is put some milk into a medicene dropper and put it in their mouths. Or buy another girl hamster(same kind) and take some bedding out of the new mom hamster and rub the baby hamsters in it. Put on of the baby hamsters that was rubbed in the new mom's bedding and put it with the new mom. If the mom doesn't… Read More
If you touch the baby hamster, your scent will get on it and the mother will not reconized it. If you separate a hamster before it is three weeks old, then it can die. It needs it's mother for... Other purposes that it cannot give itself
you can get rid of it or you can keep it you can also have a partnership with the baby to its mother.
The baby mouse can leave it's mother when it's about four weeks or older. At that time, the baby mouse is fully weaned of mother's milk. The baby mouse should also be eating solid foods as well.
yes you can touch the baby hamsters just dont let the mom hamster see you touching them distract the mother by giving it a meaty treat if the mother cacthes you touching her babys then you will not be able to put back baby hamster it will get eaten if you see the mother hamster biting the baby its not biting its just trying to move the baby hamster it cant move the baby by… Read More
The mother nurses the baby(s) until baby is old enough to eat food
That can only mean that the baby mouse will die soon...
Its not advised to touch a new born baby hamster as the mother can be very protective.
after like 6 months
At about 4 weeks.
Same as a hamster or mouse
The mother mouse does!
Only if the bigger one is its mother or a hamster it has grown up with.
You may not take baby hamster from their mother until they are at least two weeks old!
YES! In the wild, when an rat or mouse dies, the mother eats them because the scent will attract predators...So the mother eats it to protect the family/group from predators...Remove the dead baby mouse because otherwise the mother will eat it and there is no telling what that could do to the mother...
Do not touch a baby hamster until it is 2-3 weeks old, otherwise the mother will eat it or reject it.
You should not touch the baby hamsters until they are 6 weeks old. Don't play with the mother hamster. If you touch the baby hamsters before 4 weeks the mother hamster might eat her babies. Give extra food because the mother might think that there isn't enough food and kill some of her babies. Don't be surprised when the mother eats her baby because the baby might be sick. I never had a female hamster… Read More
if you found a baby mouse, your mother or father will tell you to get rid of them because they're dirty and harmful........
try not to tuch them again and hope the mother hamster wont eat them or abandon them
Through the protection of its mother.
An average time is about a week after birth.
A baby hamster drinks from its mother until it is 3 weeks old. After this a hamster is ready to start eating the same as an adult hamster. One small handful of dried food and a handful of fresh such as carrots or lettice daily. and i must add do not touch the baby hamsters until they have fur totally covering there bodies! if you do the mother will try and kill the babies you… Read More
No way. If the baby mice are in the cage long enough with the mother mouse, the mother mouse will indefinitely eat the babies.
the mother might reconize her baby. but the child will not. it really depeands on how long they have been separated. if the does reconize her baby she might want to protect it by eating it. the baby might want to fight the mother. so it might not be a good idea unless they have seprate cages. from Kennedy age 11
no because you should not because different hamsters breast feed
after 16 days baby hamsters can live on their own.the mother of the baby hamsters will be separate from them to have a new baby.
A mother hamster has multiple teats on her underbelly. The baby hamsters will latch on to these teats and feed on the mother's milk. After a few weeks the babies will start to eat regular hamster food.
Well you should wait about 4 or 5 weeks because if you hold them when they're not of the right age the mother of the hamster may eat the baby because of the scent you gave the hamster from holding it so wait a while unless you want your baby hamster to be eaten.
It depends on what relation ship the baby has with the adult. if it is its mother than probably. but keep quiet, any sudden noises can scare the mother and this can result to it eating its young. if it is a male mouse than this may not be a good idea as they are very territorial and may kill the baby.