$5 black Syrian hamsters, ready to be rehomed on April 1st or afterwards.
My hamster had an accidental litter of 11. They were born on February 17th. The babies are black. I will be keeping one, but I need to find loving homes for the other 10.
1. These are not meant as snake food.
2. Hamsters are fragile, are nocturnal, and can bite. They are not suitable for young children.
3. If you are under 17, I need to talk with your parents before I will give you the hamster… (And yes, I’ll need to see your ID.) If this hamster is for a child, the child needs to be present when the hamster is picked up so that they can make the final decision about bringing it home. I don’t want any of my hamsters going somewhere where they aren’t wanted.
4. Pick up only! I can meet you at a train station if it is warm enough, but no further than that.
5. You are only getting the hamster, nothing else. You must provide the cage, food, bedding, etc., which can be pricey. Make sure you have these supplies before picking up your hamster. I recommend that you make a bin cage, as these are larger and cheaper than commercial cages. Instructions on making these cages be found by Googling “hamster bin cage”.
6. You also need to bring something to take the hamster home in, such as a small box or temporary cage.
7. If you change your mind about owning the hamster, it must be returned to me.
8. If you ever need advice about your new hamster, feel free to contact me. I’d also appreciate photos and cute anecdotes.
You can find a basic overview of hamster care at http://hamsterschool.com/, as well as the forums at http://www.hamsterhideout.com/.