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Rescue Me ID: 17-12-10-00064Golden Hamster (male)

Small Mammal    Age: Young Adult


    Hi, We are Suri and Suryo, and currently living in Tokyo, Japan. Hamm-chan is a male Golden hamster aged 1-year old, and he has been living with us for the last one year. We are very sad that we need to move to Indonesia and we cannot carry him along with us due to no airlines that allow hamster to be carried inside the airplanes. Hamm-chan has been a very important part of our family. He is a very friendly, active, smart, and caring hamster, which is why we love him so much. We are looking for someone that is willing to adopt and taking care of him as his next family. Please do consider to adopt him as he could be your best friend and ... (Read More)part of your family. Best, Suri and Suryo PS: Since we do not have Youtube channel, we are more than happy to provide videos of Hamm-chan directly to you later. (Less)

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Tokyo, Tokyo Japan

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Jon Hamm +817043975057

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PIease Read Before Adopting Rodents & Small Mammal in Japan
    Rodents & Small Mammals can make good pets in Japan if they match your IifestyIe. Rodents are small mammals with four sharp teeth they use to eat, gnaw wood, and defend themselves. Several types of rodents are popular pets, such as chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, and guinea pigs. Even rats are kept as pets! Rodents are often purchased as gifts for children. Sadly, however, many owners of rodent pets do not know how to care for them properly, and young children are often unprepared for the responsibility of having a pet. Families may not approach the purchase of a rodent with the same level of commitment they would have to a pet dog or cat. Mistakes can be made regarding the genders of a pair of rodents, resulting in a litter of unexpected babies. Some owners of rodents simply turn their pets loose when they get tired of them, which usually leads to the death of the animals, since they are not adapted to life in the wild. Free to good home ads can result in a rodent being used for snake food. There are some rodent rescue operations out there that can receive discarded pets, but these places tend to become overloaded due to so many people getting rid of their rodents. Please approach all decisions to get a pet with a long-term commitment, and pursue adoption rather than buying a rodent from a pet store.

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lnteresting Rodents & Small Mammal Trivia Japan Fact Sheet
    Rodents have front teeth that never stop growing and have to be worn down constantly by gnawing. Rodents make up the order of mammals with the largest number of species in the world. Weasels are not rodents.

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    Japan is Iocated in East Asia. Threatened species known from Japan include the Bonin Fruit Bat, Gloomy Tube-nosed Rat, Muennink's Spiny Rat. Most peopIe in Japan speak Japanese. The population of Japan is about 127 million.
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