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Old 12-14-2006, 09:03 PM
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Hey, how would you feel if your hamster ripped your other FAVORITE hamsters head right off its body? Would you just immedietly forgive it? Poor Marcy is right. Poor Nutmeg is not. Nutmeg is not being tossed around, shes fine, just trying to find a home.

HAMSTERS will be HAMSTERS. It is not a good idea to keep them together, as like Brattina posted, they are solitary animals.

It's like pitbulls. Some are DA. Some aren't. But they should not be trusted together alone. The dogs fault? Of course not!

I just find it extremely sad that your friend blames the hamster as opposed to herself for lack of knowledge.

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Old 12-14-2006, 09:13 PM
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Chinese hamsters are not a true dwarf hamster, but are of a similar size as the other dwarf hamsters.


They are stated in just about every single website I visit as aggressive.

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Old 12-14-2006, 10:12 PM
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Hey, how would you feel if your hamster ripped your other FAVORITE hamsters head right off its body? Would you just immedietly forgive it? Poor Marcy is right. Poor Nutmeg is not. Nutmeg is not being tossed around, shes fine, just trying to find a home.

HAMSTERS will be HAMSTERS. It is not a good idea to keep them together, as like Brattina posted, they are solitary animals.

It's like pitbulls. Some are DA. Some aren't. But they should not be trusted together alone. The dogs fault? Of course not!

I just find it extremely sad that your friend blames the hamster as opposed to herself for lack of knowledge.

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I agree it's unacceptable to blame the hamster.
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Old 12-15-2006, 12:08 PM
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Sorrry..its not me blaming her I was just trying to help my friend find a home for her *shrugs*
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Old 12-15-2006, 12:11 PM
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Chinese hamsters are not a true dwarf hamster, but are of a similar size as the other dwarf hamsters.


They are stated in just about every single website I visit as aggressive.

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As far as she knew they were Dwarf hamsters. They were housed together at pet stores, too. Not saying that pet stores are ever good influences.......
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:37 AM
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Sorry, I'm not trying to spout off at you.

People like your friend (no offence, lol) just bug me.

Again, NEVER TRUST PET STORE EMPLOYEE'S.

It's the number one golden rule for me .

As youngsters, they aren't aggressive. With age however, agression happens. It's reality.

Poor hammie. Hope it finds a home where someone can accept and understand it. With some one educated in hammie care of course.

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Old 12-18-2006, 08:00 PM
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Sorry, I'm not trying to spout off at you.

People like your friend (no offence, lol) just bug me.

Again, NEVER TRUST PET STORE EMPLOYEE'S.

It's the number one golden rule for me .

As youngsters, they aren't aggressive. With age however, agression happens. It's reality.

Poor hammie. Hope it finds a home where someone can accept and understand it. With some one educated in hammie care of course.

~Tucker
I dont appreciate you critisizing my friend, but I'll live with it.
Also, she is on this forum so I wouldnt suggest saying that.
I dont trust pet store employees, never have and never will. She was poking the hamsters with pens.
I found a home for her on another forum. I think Sarah is going to ship her there. The person wanting Nutmeg is in Washington so it wont be a long ship. And no, there isnt a way to meet.
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Old 12-19-2006, 02:42 AM
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Hmmmm....

I would be suspicious! Is there no one in the area that can take her? It's kind of risky sending her off withought knowing the person.

I apologise for offending you and your friend, but I do not take back my words. I meant everything I said and am sticking with my beliefs.

If you purchase or adopt an animal, it is YOURS. YOU are responsible for educating yourself thoroughly on it's care. It is YOUR job to look for resources and think long and hard about the decision.

Your friend bought this animal. It was her responsibility, and in my opinion, she failed.

I wish the poor hamster best of luck and hope he finds the home he deserves; a permanent, educated one.

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Old 12-22-2006, 12:34 PM
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She found a home in washington they are meeting sometime this month
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