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Go Go Hamsters

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Could anybody tell me the crack with these please? I understand you buy the Hammy and then loads of plastic add on bits but i wondered if these were really necessary? Can i just get like the Ha…
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Could anybody tell me the crack with these please?

I understand you buy the Hammy and then loads of plastic add on bits but i wondered if these were really necessary?

Can i just get like the Hamster, a ball and maybe a car or something and would it work ok/still be enjoyable?

Will REP anybody for any help or advice :-)
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I think they are strange looking little things and a complete waste of money :-D
1 Like #2
Yeah of course its like any toy they just flog it to death to get your money.
A kidd would be able to play with the hamster in the ball and have loads a fun.
1 Like #3
my daughter has put a hamster and playset on her list. i think the hamster is half price in argos when you buy the set
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munnski
I think they are strange looking little things and a complete waste of money :-D


The same could be said of you :whistling:











































Not by me of course
:friends:
#6
So...do u reckon i could use just any hamster ball - just a normal one? or are they much smaller/lighter
#7
munnski
I think they are strange looking little things and a complete waste of money :-D


Well....u know what its like with kids though, once they have seen something they dont give in do they!! :x
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renown
The same could be said of you :whistling:




:cry: :cry: :cry:
#9
munnski
:cry: :cry: :cry:


You got to be cruel to be kind :whistling:
#10
Having been through many varieties of kids pets, have to say hamsters make useless pets. No very acive in the day, like to play at noght (kids in bed).

Guinea pigs better...don't move as fast, easier to hold and cuddle so ideal for kids. We kept ours in the shed, unless you have big rooms
banned#11
iglimpse
Having been through many varieties of kids pets, have to say hamsters make useless pets. No very acive in the day, like to play at noght (kids in bed).

Guinea pigs better...don't move as fast, easier to hold and cuddle so ideal for kids. We kept ours in the shed, unless you have big rooms


these are toys you realise?
banned#12
iglimpse
Having been through many varieties of kids pets, have to say hamsters make useless pets. No very acive in the day, like to play at noght (kids in bed).

Guinea pigs better...don't move as fast, easier to hold and cuddle so ideal for kids. We kept ours in the shed, unless you have big rooms


They also die after a couple of years :-(
#13
ODB_69
these are toys you realise?


lol :thumbsup:

Maybe it was needed, in a get it of your chest kind of way?!.
#14
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7P4QDuee_U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aVyNaqWh4w - pretty annoying that ad!

I dunno about the normal hamster ball (I only own a real Hammy) but surely its worth a look or a try, Im sure its cheaper than buying the gogo hamster ball or whatever its called!
#15
cant use a normal hamster ball i think, if you look it has another little ball next to it which prob tells the hamster its in the ball and how to act.

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