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Welcome to The Hamster Place! The place for anything hamster related! I decided to create this site because I wanted to spread the information of hamster care to everyone, adults and kids alike. Hamsters are often considered easy pets, that don’t need much attention or care. However this is definitely not the case and I’m here to show you how you can care for your hamster in a fun and responsible way.


Here, you can learn about hamsters, cages, care, see some hamster pictures, and read about my own hamsters, Pip and Alfie. This can be helpful because you can witness my own experience of keeping these furry little creatures, and apply useful tips and advice to keeping your own!

Hopefully, you can get all the information you need here at the hamster place, whether you’re beginning the journey to “hamsterhood” or looking for additional information to help you become an even better hamster owner. I’m here to supply that info in a fun, and positive way!

If you’re interested, you can follow my blog, where you can read about different ideas and tips that I like to talk about.

Well, take a look around, and don’t forget to come back, as we’re always growing, so there’ll be more and more new pages, blog posts and pictures for you to see next time you come to visit!

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  1. this website is simply marvelous the best creation since pancakes i adore your work and look forward to all the hammy goss each week i would like to hear your comments on hamster clothes as my gay hammy Arthur loves playing dress up

  2. That’s nice, (:
    I love the picture at the top, it’s really cute. I’m planning on getting a hammy in late April this year. I’m pretty excited!
    Awesome website,
    Erin (:

  3. I could not find a place to register, only a place to Log in and as I have no user name and password, I could not do this. I think this site is brilliant. My dwarf hamster died in his sleep last week and as I missed him so much my son bought me another hamster. A girl and a lovely one at that. She is not a dwarf hamster so the cage I had was a bit small. I have been given a glass cage which was originally for a lizard. It is quite large and has two doors on the front and the top can be open or closed. The top is made from mesh to plenty of air. The fact that I can see my hamster through the glass is a great joy. However, there are not many playthings for her and I am wondering is if would be safe to glue some levels with ladders and such for her to have more interest. Can you let me know if it would be safe to use glue to do this. Maria

    1. The Hamster Place is still in its baby stages at the moment, therefore lacking a place for readers to join the side etc. But we’re getting there!I had another question that similar to this, and I will write an article on this soon on the website, as it seems like a popular query. Anyway, the glue I recommend is a non-toxic glue. These glues are glues that children and craft people us. It is pet safe, and cheap. You can buy some in craft shops or on sites like amazon. I wish you luck in making your cage more exciting!

  4. I don’t know if this page is still active, but thank you so much!!! Hopefully I’m getting my Syrian hamster today 🙂 your page helped me A LOT! It would be great if you had a YouTube account or instagram. Keep up the good work!

  5. I don’t know if this page is still active, but thank you so much!!! Hopefully I’m getting my Syrian hamster today 🙂 your page helped me A LOT! It would be great if you had a YouTube account or instagram. Keep up the good work!

  6. Oh by the way I’m definitely doing a bin cage. But is the wire mesh necessary? I saw a video of a bin without those holes and just the lid open!

  7. Very nice information on these little hamsters. Good job! It is too bad that the hamster lives such a short life for such a cute little animal. I had one of these as a kid as well as a Ginny Pig.

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