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Syrian Hamster Babies

£20
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Brighton, East Sussex
Member since Aug 2019

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Ad Reference :
3062003
Pet Type :
Rodents
Pet Breed :
Hamster
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
7 weeks, 5 days old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

Updated 19 February: I still have a few females in dark-gold colour - see my new ad for the latest pictures. However, the pictures came out upside down there, so here are some more taken a week ago. I also still have one tri-colour girl with a very unusual lighter pattern who was reserved but not picked up, so did not show up in my ad previously.

My babies are raised indoors on a variety of healthy foods and handled regularly. They are used to all sorts of indoor noises & activities and even to cats jumping around, and they enjoy a lot of different toys. Their parents are our family pets and I can also send you their pictures if interested. Please make sure to buy a big enough cage (abut 90cm long) and a large Silent Wheel (about 28cm diameter) for running, as most cages sold as "hamster cages" are only suitable for dwarf hamsters but not for Syrians, and your baby will grow fast!

I also breed dwarf hamsters, gerbils and hedgehogs, so watch this website for my ads. ;)

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