Aldrin and the rest of his hamster family were rescued by one of our inspectors after being found abandoned in their cage in a local park.
Aldrin had been living in crowded conditions with other adult hamsters and babies but is now looking for a batchelor pad of his own.
He is friendly and enjoys being handled and having exercise time in a safe environment outside his cage.
Russian hamsters need to be housed separately in a low level cage at least 80cm long with bar spacing of less than 0.7cm and plenty of things to do and explore.
Can you afford a Hamster?
If you would like to go ahead and adopt a hamster view those currently available below, make a note of the name and reference number of those you are interested in and then:
Phone: (020) 8966 9688 or Email: email@example.com