Mahina and the rest of her hamster family were rescued by one of our inspectors after being found abandoned in their cage in a local park.
Mahina had a litter of babies to look after who are old enough to go to homes of their own so she is now looking forward to being young free and single again.
She can be a bit nippy so would be more suitable for an experienced owner but enjoys having exercise time in a safe environment outside her 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: firstname.lastname@example.org