This helps to alleviate boredom and keep our furry friends from becoming overweight. The small animal barn by JW facilitates both natural inclinations perfectly. Hamsters may traipse up and down the ramp to get a view from the top. Alternatively, they can go inside to enjoy some solitude or munch on their stash of treats. The odor-resistant plastic is easy to clean as well as translucent. So all you need to do is clean the little barn when you clean the rest of the cage! Owners praise this product for its durability and its flexibility. Have a chewer on your hands?
But before you do, why not consider saving yourself some money by making your own diy hamster toys. Homemade hamster toys can be fun to make. And you can use stuff you already have around the house to do it.
Hamsters are inexpensive, easy-to-maintain and -- when they're awake -- entertaining pets. Aside from basic habitat needs, hamsters need toys to help keep them stimulated and active. With a little creativity, you can create cheap toys for your hamster from common household items. Make toys out of empty cardboard tubes to help satisfy your hamster's natural instinct to tunnel. You can use empty toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls to make an intricate maze of tunnels for your hamster to run through and climb over.