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Old 04-03-2017, 02:36 AM   #11
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Default Re: Is this cage suitable? Best way to mesh it?

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Perhaps if she's willing to improve it could work,but I think the main issue is that sometimes people just aren't willing to do so or in other cases just because a cage meets some minimum they refuse to believe it could be unsuitable for their hamster I'm not saying everyone is like that,but it unfortunately happens.
You're right, but we don't have to assume that it's this case, it's more reasonable to think that she's caring and that's why she's asking.

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Maybe I say things that get misinterpreted or could come across as rude,but that's not the intent.There's not really much to say with that subject,other than it always comes from a passionate and caring place that wants the absolute best for animals.
And I believe you and that's why I said that I didn't want to argue with you, because I know that you mean well and that you're very concerned with hamsters' safety and well being, but that's why I think that it's important that you think too about my last point/argument in the previous post.

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So let's agree that that cage could work, and that we always have to be prepared to improve if needed or if we can do it. Right?
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Old 04-03-2017, 02:47 AM   #12
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Of course!Being prepared is definitely good,especially being prepared for improvements in general when it comes to any sort of pet care
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Old 04-03-2017, 05:39 AM   #13
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Umm hi everyone thanks for the feed back I guess? Hehe. I'm honestly a little confused by the mixed comments (english isn't my first language) I don't know what to do but it will be a few months before I get my new hamster anyway so I guess I have a lot of time to figure it out. if I don't decide to use this cage the hamster will probably be in an alaska or a zoozone 2.
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