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My name is Bigotes, I'm a hamster that just reached adulthood, and I will tell you the story of my life, that despite I'm young, I have lots of things to tell!
Here I go:
I don't exactly remember the day I was born, what I know is that I am an adult now - Obviously, otherwise I wouldn't be here jumping from one from one key to another one on this keyboard, I would be at school!
When I was very little a girl came to my house and said "I want to give home to this cutie" - (Hehe, it's not that I think I'm good-looking, but I'm a real cutie!). So someone put me in a little box and all I could see was people around me smiling and wanting to see me. (What did they think I was, anyway? It was pretty stressing!)
Well, at first they didn't know how to treat me, I think it was the first time they saw a hamster as cute as me, so they only gave me hamster food, when I was dying for some vegetables!
One day the eldest girl gave me something green, that looked like lettuce, I tasted it and it tasted great so I took it and hide it in my igloo - She looked a quite impressed, what a silly girl! We, the hamsters, LOVE vegetables! Since then on, they always give me vegetables!
Now I go partying every night, run in my pink wheel, drink water of first quality and eat at the best restaurants.
I love my house, now I have a cotton igloo as well - It's great, I built it on my own! But I hate the fact that they just remove it every once in a while. It takes me like a whole night to build it, and then I have to do it once and again! Once I tried to construct my igloo inside the igloo of plastic, thinking they wouldn't be able to take it away from me, but still - They managed it!
It's so tiring!
Apart from that, I am happy with my house and my owners!
That's all for today, I'm tired of jumping, I must have lost 5 kilos or so! I'll be back, though!
See ya, folks!
Hey Bigotes! Nice to meet you. By my own experience I can tell you that humans don't always get it what we need so don't fret out if your humans don't behave smartly every now and then. Sometimes they need us calling them to do something because they won't grasp it themselves. For example every time they go to eat, I have to meow them back because it is no fun to be alone in the room - but nooo they would never figure it out themselves so I have to do what I do.
Anyway, always remember that they need training. Feel free to ask me if you need any tip. [Per]
Nice to meet you too, I hope we will get on well. (Considering that you are a cat and I am a hamster...)
By the way, I forgot to say in my introduction that I also eat bread - Actually, I love it! [8-8]
Oh, yesterday they destroyed my cotton house again, I'm furious! How can they destroy my house? I will train them and show them that they can't just destroy a house that takes me 3 days to construct it and make it perfect!
CaRpE_dIeMI hope we will get on well. (Considering that you are a cat and I am a hamster...)No worries about that, I do not have anything againts hamsters. So you'd like to know how to train your humans?.. Hmmm.... I think cat ways and hamster ways may differ slightly, but I'll gladly share my experience hoping that it can be useful for your too. But at first I have to find something out. How do you usually attract their attention? Can you utter any loud sounds?.. Sorry for such a question but I know so little about you rodents...
RuslanaNo worries about that, I do not have anything againts hamsters.That is such a relief!
How are you doing? Anything new?
The other day I tried a piece of banana, and loved it. Do you like bananas? And bread? What do you eat?
The day I try those things, I will let you know. But it's likely that I won't, they don't really sound tasty...
People are waiting to help.