March 25, 2010

The Dwarf Roborovski Hamster.

Decide what you need to become renowned for. The point is you've got to decide what is correct for you. They're called Robos for short, and any adjective like short, small, small or little is the correct way to explain them. Their name comes from the person who first described them in 1894, V Their standard coloration, Agouti, is typically grayish brown with a white belly, and their ears are tipped with grey. This makes them a less than ideal choice for homes with little youngsters and cats. Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters are extraordinarily social hamsters and will form a robust bond with their cage pals, doing everything together, whether sleeping, eating or playing. The point is you have got to decide what's best for you.

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