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Ever... Accidently Murdered a Pet???

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        11-30-2011, 04:41 PM
      #111
    Weanling
    Also I had a hamster who was suicidal/daredevil/had mental problems
    My mum was working on the computer when a strange noise was coming from the printer...

    ...she opened it up...

    ...and their was the hamster...

    ...still alive somehow, faced stuffed of the fluff you get in printers


    Another time my friend was looking after him...

    ...came downstairs...

    ...and instead of finding the hamster looking out the cage...

    ...he was looking INTO the cage. How the hell it got out I do not know

    Its also been under the cooker, down the back of the washing machine, stood on...

    And then died of old age

    RIP Pickles . I love you forever
         
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        11-30-2011, 05:03 PM
      #112
    Green Broke
    Hamsters are hardy little critters! And escape artists!

    My lovely hammy NayNay was a master escape artist. Twice he stuffed his bedding under his wheel to lock it in place, climbed on top of the wheel and out of the cage, and jumped the FOUR FEET to the ground.

    Both times we found him behind the trash can in the bathroom. He had made a bed of dog hair, Q-tips, and cat food. Yes, cat food! He made it into the kitchen and back to the bathroom, all while not being eaten by the cat.

    I was so upset when h died. I don't know how he died, but he had a bloody nose when I found him dead in his cage. I had him for three years.
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