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Old 02-23-2021, 08:14 AM   #1
OneLittleSpark
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Default Moving a new hamster into new cage + Hamster Heaven tubes

Hi everyone,

On Sunday we got our new hamster Leslie. He's still in his settling in period so we've just gently interacted, but he's a very curious fellow who loves his flying saucer. We got him a hamster Heaven cage as our old one is too small. I just wondered when should we move him in? Should we wait a little longer for him to settle or move him soonish?

I also attached a picture of our cage, as our tubes were missing a few parts so we have tried to work around that while we wait for a replacement - does this seem like an ok layout for now?



Thanks in advance for any replies
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Old 02-24-2021, 07:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: Moving a new hamster into new cage + Hamster Heaven tubes

Hi and welcome to HC!

What species of hamster do you have?

You could have a look at the thread "Let's see your cages" on the Forum under Housing if you like. There are a few Hamster Heavens there to get ideas of alternative set ups.

I can't comment on your set up because even though i like the Hamster Heaven cage a lot, i'm not keen on all the plastic tubes, shelves and penthouse. I always take the lot out then start with a nice and spacious cage to create a more natural environment for my hamsters.
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