Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Hamnobyl

This was the first time that the Hamsty hammies' lives are disrupted. The owner's home underwent some minor renovation but the situation was appalling. No matter how their cages were covered, the dust & debris found its way in. Scratch's whose cage was situated on the top had his eyes affected by the dust. In a bid to save all the hammies, the owner quickly bundled them up and fled to co-owner's house for refuge. In the whole month of July, the hamsters spent their time in their makeshift cages while the whole Hamsty World shut down.



Now, the hamsters finally settled down back to their original houses. Could see that they were overjoyed as they return back to their home. It was sad that EG never made it back to his old mansion. But during his final days, we managed to give him back his ham-head hideout. The little one was so happy that he slumped half his body in and refused to move.

All is well now and Hamsty's blog is resuming its regular business. =D

3 comments:

Paula Regina said...

Cages, toys, houses, staircases, all very beautiful.

In Brazil it is difficult, if impossible, to find such beautiful things for hamsters and complete.

Here everything is basic, simple, extremely rough and improvised :o(

I was little "good" jealous.

masterofboots said...

I'm happy for the hammies

kisetsu said...

Hi Paula - I think we have cute & beautiful stuff because in our country there are many shoppers. A sly tactic to catch our attention and make us buy. =D Every petshop here is well stock and the pets are spoiled for treats here. Not just for hamsters, but for all kinds of animals including birds & fishes.

MoB - you should be happy for me, not the hammies. I suffered the most. sob sob. LoL. =D

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