Thanks to selective breeding programs, Syrian hamsters now come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. One of the most popular is the orange and white. Some call this pattern brown-and-white or golden-and-white but it’s essentially the same pattern involving the natural orange-golden color of Syrian hamsters with white. But the orange color is my favorite, so cute.
I so much love those creatures. In fact, when you look at the natural coloration of the Syrian hamster, you’ll notice that like many of the burrowing rodents, these critters have a light-coluored belly. With modern pet hamsters, however, the orange coloration is different, with far more interesting patterns.
Yeah, they are indeed cute. Basket is a great way to make your hamster happy. It’s filled with lots of bedding she can burrow down into and feel hidden from the rest of the world. Since hamsters are prey animals in the wild, having places like this allow them to feel more secure.
The orange and white hamster looks like he’s either scared or ready to fight. Either way, I can’t help but think they're adorable standing up on their back legs like that! Sometime, I wonder maybe they've been watching his humans walk like that and wants to try it out for himself. As for the color pattern, it again follows the classic “hamstery” color spread, only here the white patches are more prominent.
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Although hamster mix is a vital element to nutrition, occasional fresh foods are integral. Make sure your pet consumes a couple little pieces of fresh vegetables and fruits once in every two to three days or so. Never allow your hamster to eat spoiled items, however. Suitable vegetable and fruit options for hamsters include apples, carrots, squash, blueberries, bean sprouts, carrots, strawberries, celery, melon, cherries, banana, mango, cauliflower, cantaloupe, peas, green beans, lettuce and spinach.
I think syrian hamsters are usually friendly once tamed, and are a good option in many countries because they can form quite a strong bond with their owners. Syrian hamsters are the largest and one of the most popular of the pet hamsters, partly because their size makes them easier to hold. These hamsters are large and chunky, and slower movers than some of their smaller relatives. Many people feel that this makes them a less stressful option when owners are handling and playing with them.