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  • 1. How To Care For A Hamster? Group Member: 1) Mohd Syazwan 2) Fathullah 3) Al-Ismail 4) Fity
  • 2. 1) Buying A cage. • Make sure you purchase a habitat for the hamster that is enough in space and suitable for the hamster's needs. • The hamster needs room for water, food, toys, and an exercise wheel suitable for the specific type of hamster that you want to purchase.
  • 3. • The wheels that come with the cage are generally too small and are not good for the hamster's back. • Be sure that you have lots of toys for the hamster to enjoy.
  • 4. 2) Choosing a Hamster. • Check the animal over. • Ask the pet store worker about the hamster. • If you have a choice, go to the pet store later in the day or early in the evening. • Do your research beforehand.
  • 5. 3) Food and Water. • Always have water ready and available. • Make sure the hamster knows when it's going to be fed. • Regularly feed treats like twice or three times a week. • Spread the food around the cage and hide it in toys and tunnels • Don't feed the hamster most types of human food.
  • 6. 4) Maintain Your Hamster House. • Cages should be cleaned regularly. • Old bedding should not be reused. • A small hamster house is necessary. • Leave out toys and things for your furry friend to do.
  • 7. TIPS! • Respect its sleeping cycle! • Hamsters love chewy toys! • Hamsters love fresh foods. WARNING! • Never give your hamster antibiotics made for humans these will kill them. • Never poke a hamster when its asleep- this will scare them and they will bite and then hang onto your finger. Also it may agitate them making them harder to tame. • Female hamsters tend to be more aggressive than males. • Don't ever bathe your hamster It will cause them an important amount of stress and most hamsters are scared of water. They clean themselves by licking them.