Our human got us some fresh yummy sticks to chew from outside!
On a serious note; Gerbils do enjoy chewing fresh wood once in a while, but always be sure that you never give them Cedar or Pine, and avoid anything with a strong aroma. (Otherwise you risk your gerbil getting various lung diseases) Make sure to kill any germs or bugs that might be living in the wood.
Neulich bei meiner morgendlichen "Radtour" entdeckte ich dieses Werk von Weitem. Mein erster Gedanke: Können das Nutrias gewesen sein? Sieht für menschliches Baumfällverhalten doch etwas seltsam aus... So hielt ich mich eine Weile dort auf, inspizierte vermeintliche Bissspuren in der Rinde und tatsächlich. Am Ufer lebt mindestens eine Nutriafamilie mit ihren echt niedlichen Kindern. Ich werde demnächst wieder dort hinfahren und Mal sehen, ob die Nutrias die #saale stauen bei dem riesigen Ast
Three years ago today was when Coco left us to join Rosi. Molly and Keewi loved her, even when Molly often stole food from senior Coco. Keewi treated Coco like her mommy, always squeezing herself under Coco's belly for warmth and protection.
Coco and Rosi were my first rats and will always be the most special ones for being the only family members there during the most difficult part of my life. Miss this one (and of course Rosi, and also Molly and Keewi) so much! For such small beings, they had a ridiculous amount of life and hope to share!
We welcome the latest addition to our family, an as-yet unnamed little cream hammie, who just happens to have the beadiest eyes. Her previous Hooman adopted her mother, not knowing she was pregnant. Out popped 8 pups including her! The best part is, her Hamoomoo Jiejie (Elder Sister) had passed away on 18 March and Little Creamie was born the day after. Who could resist the little coincidence? Swipe right to see her enjoying her fresh food... Super cautiously.