They can,but make sure its 22 to 25 degree. Not cooler than that. And make sure they have a place to be warm for example,a hide house with soft bedding. But if you have baby hamsters, do not keep them in air condition room or else they'll get sick or even die.
Why not? its not like they live in the desert. the hamster will feel cool and relaxed with an airconditioner.
no if it has food and water but it will poo every where
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...
plants are affected by air condition and pollution because it makes rain turn into air.
No! Not for a long period of time. Any animal that is confined in a small space without a renewable air supply will mostly likely die. No animal should be left in a shoe box. Leaving them in a shoe box while cleaning their cage for only 15-30 minutes should be okay, but make sure there is a towel or some type of bedding, and punch some air holes in the sides and top of the box.
No no matter what that is very crucial to your hamster.
Yes. It's like if you were kept in your bedroom all your life. Hamsters don't live very long and they should be able to make the most of their lives. If you have a hamster, get it a Hamster Ball and put it in the back grden to roam around, or ask your vet how your hamster can be happier. Don't keep your hamster in it's cage for more than 24 hours. It's just the same as you getting no fresh air for a whole day or longer. Just like us, hamsters breathe (suprise, suprise) so they need oxygen. Leave the window open when your hamster is in it's cave. If you go on holiday and give your hamster to someone to look after it, make sure they get air and the right food and make sure you fully trust your friend to follow the rules you abide by. Thankyou for taking your time to read through, I'm sure your hamster will really appreaciate it. Also, cuddle and spend time with your hamster, it needs love too. Who knows if theres a hmster heaven?!
NO it will freeze its face off and die
the temp. decreases because in the air condition room our body temp. is changed from the natural body temp. and high
cause they both are below the room temriture
you might need freon in the air condition.
because air conditioners work throughout a room closed or not closed. if it is open the cool air will get out of the room and the AC will have to cool more air than the air inside the room which will make the AC to work longer and the electricity usage will increase.
you can as long as you have a filter and a fish tank
Maybe the duct came apart or the air filter is dirty. If the room is on the top floor it could be a fan issue(not strong enough to push air to room) You might not have enough registers in the room to get the proper airflow, could be a number of things.
By putting air condition, putting in some light and to remodel the room.
It only stays on when the air flow is turned to defrost. It does this because the air condition has a dryer on it that dries the air which defrosts the windshield better.
Because warm air is lighter then cold air. So warm air will raise (to the top of the room) and cold air will stay down. When the warm air is cooling down it lowers and when cold air is heated/heating up it raise.
When your hamster feels heavy that may mean she is putting weight to stay on your hand or ground but when they are in air or being accidentally droped they reduce the weight and become lighter to reduce the chance of fall damage.