I NEED MORE HAMSTERS for my empty hamstery. The wheel is standing idle. The water bottle stopped up with dust. The old saloon where they used to get smashed on whisky and have gunfights lies desolate with broken windows and doors swinging in the wind... yes! Even tumbleweeds drift past the nuclear testing ground that used to be their furry home.My only problem is I don't know how many or what type to get or where to get them from. The last lot (the roborovskis) came from about 20 miles away. It took three bus rides and two hours EACH WAY to get to there. And then they said "oh there's only one in there" (Bashful). And "oh that sleeping pile of fur must be another one" (Itchy) and then something beady eyed and suspicious was spotted peering out of the porcelain treetrunk that served as nest 2 (Spherical) ~ and there I had the next two years of furry entertainment at the bargainacious price of £22 for 3!
Tubby Trotters come home!
Pictured: left: winter white Siberian hamster; right: roborovski Mongolian pygmy hamster (actually half the size of the Siberian hamster); bottom: golden Syrian hamster
More books about old people that I don't recommend plus one I do - I seem to be stuck on a treadmill of books about old people. Maybe it's my advancing age but also I think they are the trend in publishing at the moment....
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