Gone are the days when hamsters were kept in three-liter jar and it was considered a normal variant. Now equip them for real locks, using cages, terrariums, special plastic containers. Them roomier, more comfortable. Hamsters happily and relatively live a long time in these houses — 2-3 years.
A hamster of any breed feels the Bank is not comfortable. Especially gungari. He sleeps during the day and the whole night spent in motion. In three-liter jar does not disperse. It is not recommended to use even as a carry. It is safe, the Bank can fall and break, and the baby to get hurt. A baby cannot be left in the Bank, if kids in the house — you risk the lives of defenseless animal. Other animals (cats and dogs) can turn to the Bank.
Where can I keep hamster in addition to cells
If for some reason you have not yet bought a cage, you can hold the baby in three-liter jar, but so that the animal is not got children, other animals.
Do not close the jar lid — the animal can choke.
You don't know where to put the hamster if not cells? Ideal — pet carrier for small rodents. It baby won't get hurt even if you fall from a height, will not reach him there cats and children.
Can I keep a hamster in a box
In a cardboard box to keep baby's not worth it, except for a few minutes while washing the cage. Hamster— a rodent, it can quickly eat through a thin "wall" and run away. To find the fugitive difficult, because in the apartment so many places to hide!
Now you know the answer to the question: can a hamster live in the Bank. If you have not purchased a pet and just going to do it, consider carefully whether you will be able to buy him a cage and properly equip. The Bank is stuffy, not enough air, even the lazy and peaceful Syrian hamsters live in it less than in a spacious cage or terrarium.
In than to keep the baby? Definitely in the cage. Jars, boxes, and other "shelter" can only be used during the harvesting of "permanent home".
thanks for that about the Bank so written, but temporarily can it contain? 1-2 weeks? if the hamster will live in a 3 liter jar, he's already not a small age, top mesh covered
Good evening! As a temporary measure for a short period of time you can put the hamster in the Bank. But the Bank is too little space for movements and it is difficult to provide access to the water. It would be better to put it in a basin, bucket or container,in a container with a larger footprint than the banks. It is imperative to cover not only the top fabric, as the hamster can jump to the fabric to cling and claw to escape. While a hamster will live in a temporary dwelling, let him walk.
I want to draw your attention to this important point as if you put the water in the bowl to the bottom, it will quickly become dirty, the hamster may often turn her over and as a consequence is wet litter, which is harmful to the clutches of rodents and overall health. Put the water for a few minutes once a day, when the hamster is active and during the day give him juicy fruits and vegetables.