Russian Dwarf Hamster Pups For Adoption

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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Member since Jul 2018

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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Advert Type :
For Adoption
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Private Seller
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
6 months, 5 days old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

Up for adoption is 2 litters of hamster pups, one with 8 pups the other with 5 pups. 2 from the first litter have already been reserved, as has 1 from the second litter. Both litters have weaned from the mother and placed in separate cages according to gender. 1 litter is the result of pets at home misgendering a pair of hamsters, the other is due to a misgendered hamster being introduced to a female, also a pets at home mistake.

All 13 pups are winter white russian dwarf hamsters in varying colour schemes. Sapphire (a grey colour with a black dorsal stripe) Normal (brown with a white underbelly and black dorsal stripe) and Argente (a sandy colour with red eyes).

Litter 1:
2x Normal males (1 Taken)
1x Sapphire female
5x Sapphire Males (1 Taken)

Litter 2:
1x Argente male (Taken)
1x Normal male
3x Normal females

Please text to arrange to view and buy a new family member.

We will be able to sell a cage with some of the hamsters.

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