Hamsters and other rodents need space and playful stimuli to thrive


By AGENCY

A small, cosy retreat is essential for guinea pigs, but only as part of much larger enclosure. — dpa

Guinea pigs and hamsters are comparatively small, but they still need plenty of room to run around - more than most would assume.

Animal welfare campaigners say rodent pets like hamsters and guinea pigs are typically sold with or kept in cages or enclosures that are simply far too small.

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