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caitlin from United Kingdom
email: saffyuk@yahoo.co.uk

you will never gues how mine died. it went up the chimney 2 and the 1st time it came out and was black she was called cupcake and then she was in her ball and cracked it and know it dead i love her and i never said bye that know bothers me i have got a new one called pancake and evrey night i make sure i say bye. ant comed would be nice i still cry over cupcake.
Hamster Club from Malta
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@ David Dilshan A mother hamster kills her babies if the are weak or else if she is disturbed.

That is why during the babies first 3weeks of age you must not touch the nest or them.

The female hamster would then need 6 months to recover.

Please follow http://www.hamster-club.com/reproduction.asp

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Nadia Vella
Hamster Club
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David Dilshan from Sri Lanka
email: oliverdavid94@gmail.com

Hi. I'am David from Srilanka. I have 3 Syrian hamsters. 1 male and 2 females. All the hamsters are separated in different cages. My brown female syrian hamster mated and got pregnant. After 18 days she put babies. and she killed all her babies. I saw that from my own eyes. I cried. What else can i do. Then i bought a white female syrian hamster. She also mated and got pregnant. And after 18 days she put babies today. And she too killed all her babies. She ate her babies while they were coming out of her stomach. She pulled her pink babies with her teeth and ate them. Today i pulled 4 dead half babies. I am typing this with tears. I put wood hides in the hamster' cages while they were pregnant. I am very upset. Can you give me some advice to stop this cannibalism. Please i want your help. Thankyou -David I am an animal lover. Every one hate my hamsters. But i tell them that i have a brother and 2 sisters. I consider them as my siblings. I am the only child in the family. I love my hamsters more than my self. Please help me. Please.
David Dilshan from Sri Lanka
email: oliverdavid94@gmail.com

I want many advice about syrian hamsters.
Nadia Vella from Malta
email: nadia@hamster-club.com

@Anna C You can send me your mouse's picture if you want especially of the spot area, hair loss and scbas so that I can see them and advice you accordingly.

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Nadia Vella
Hamster Club
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Anna C. from USA
email: ahgshjsdgjhg@thisisnotmyemail.com

My mouse has hair loss on her back and some tiny scabs. She has a little white spot on her ear and I don't know if I am doing something wrong or if she has mange, or what. PLEASE HELP ME! I DON'T WANT HER TO DIE! -Anna C. (and Nibbles)
Anna C. from USA
email: ddsfadghjfgdkgfjsk@thisisnotmyemail.com

Hi! This is such an awesome website! I have a website about mice and other animals! Thanks! -Anna C.
Woanlim from Malaysia
email: woanluv@hotmail.com

Thank you very much for the information! :) :) :)
Hamster Club from Malta
email: info@hamster-club.com

@ Woanlim: If your hamsters are Syrian hamsters, then they are fighting for real even though you see them sleeping together. Syrian hamsters are solitary animals and eventually by time the bossy one will not let the subordinate one eat and will hurt each other.

If they are Dwarf hamsters then they do play fights but sometimes it can also be real. For Dwarf hamsters the only way to know whether they are fighting for real or not is that if they fight for real you will eventually see bruises, cuts and blood, in that case you will have to separate them. If you do not see blood in the case of Dwarf hamsters, then they are just playing.

So if you have Syrian hamsters you must separate them.
If you have Dwarf hamsters, then follow the 2nd paragraph above.

Kind regards
Nadia Vella
Hamster Club
The Hamster Book
Woanlim from Malaysia
email: woanluv@hotmail.com

Hello. I just recently got myself two hamsters. A male and a female white winter. How do i know if they are play fighting or fighting for real? :O the female one squeals and rolls around when the male attacks her. but after the fights they usually cuddled up together. Both are from the same cage from the pet store. thnks :)

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