Pedigree Syrian Hamster Pups Ready For New Homes

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Rochester, Kent
Member since Dec 2012

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Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
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Pets Current Age :
6 months, 21 days old (More Info)

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Happy healthy & friendly hamsters, you will adore these cute little pups, and as you can imagine all have been handled everyday.. Also I believe this really helps to ensure a relaxed and tame pet hamster, something rarely found in store brought hamsters.

They Live in an extra large cage of (H)-410mm x (W)-695mm x (D)-460mm, as to move freely around.

These Babies are eating well and are fed on Harry hamster mix and are used to fresh food such as tiny amounts of Apple, broccoli, cucumber, carrots.
(fresh water at all times).

Only females available, and mother and father here to view.
Pups were born on 24/02/19
(Pups will leave with a birth certificate).
( hamsters are solitary and need to be kept alone)

Please note: YOU will need to bring a travel box or cage to transport your hamster pup home safely.

(Collection only from Rochester Kent)

Hamster pups are £10 each. Such a small price to pay for a little life

(Private breeder with years of experience)
Member of the southern hamster club

Hamsters are my favourite pet of a lifetime and after giving them what I feel is the best possible start, I hope I pass the joy of hamster ownership on to you with each hamster pup.

Please text me

Kind regards

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