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Leaving your hamster

Hamsters will normally store their food away, so it is okay to leave a hamster unattended for two or three days, so long as there is a good supply of food and water. Only a small amount of perishable food, such as fruit and green vegetable, should be left. If your hamster is left for longer, you might board it with a vet, a pet shop, or perhaps a breeder. A hamster is small enough to leave with a friend or relative who is prepared to look after it. If you leave your hamster at home, a daily chick for feeding and cleaning by a neighbor should be enough. But leave a contact number for your vet in case problems arise.

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