My dwarf hamster got escaped and injured. How should I take care of my injured hamster??
When I got home I didn't notice my hamster got escape until my friend told me that my gamster got escaped and was hiding in the shoe rock. When I found my hamster there I notice that she's flat like something wrong with her lower legs and her front is wet. But when I let het drink water she drink alot..What should I do?? Can anyone out there help me??
Call an emergency vet. Do it before it dies. Poor hamster! I hope it gets better. Keep us posted.
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