My hamster gave birth on the top level of our cage-Am I able to move the nest to the first...
level? It makes me nervous that they're going to somehow fall down the tube..
For most rodents you shouldn't touch babies or bother the nest because the mother may become stressed and reject her litter. This is true of many animals. She had them there for a reason and will move them when it's time. For more details on how to care for your cage and hamsters for the next few weeks, check out this article:
http://exoticpets.about.com/od/hamsters … babies.htm
by milldom 8 years ago
what do u do if your hamster gives birth but u havent cleaned the cage a day or 2 b4?
by rebecca.morrish 7 years ago
My Syrian hamster has just had some sort of fit for about 4 seconds. She done this a couple of...days ago in her exercise ball. She has no wetness around her bottom. Her cage is always cleaned every week. I did drop her today and in total about 6 other times but she always seems fine and she...
by milldom 8 years ago
what type and how large of a cage should i have for a pregnant hamster?
by Connie Lewis 6 years ago
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My dwarf hamster just had babies yesterday. Today, she brought two of them out of the nest, made...a nest somewhere else and left them there ... she stays in the first nest with about 4 babies, but there are two babies alone in the second nest. I am worried!
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