Kavykeeper's Questions & Answers

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May 29, 2010 | By Emmap | 4 | Need to know

What do people think of the balls that you can buy for the hamster to run around the room in? Are they fun for the hamster or are they just moving along as they're trying to get out? Many thanks for your views.

Tags: hamster, hamster ball, exercise toys


January 19, 2009 | By Helen | 56 | Just Curious

I sometimes speak "baby talk" to my guys, especially if they have been being good. Of course some people look at me like I grew a second head.


January 12, 2009 | By Elaina | 47 | Just Curious

What does your pet enjoying doing the most?


January 5, 2009 | By Cruzrzshortie | 8 | Need to know

my guinea pig has had toys in her cage as well as when shes out of her cage. she completely ignores them and seems uninterested. the only way she'll play is if my puppy is with her. they run around and cuddle together. any good ideas of things that m… more ›


December 31, 2008 | By Helen | 16 | Just Curious

I spent the better part of a Saturday night sewing up ripped dog toys knowing full well that they are only going to be destroyed again. I really hate sewing, but I do it for my guys. So what silly/stupid things are you willing to do for your babies… more ›


December 21, 2008 | By Kavykeeper | 12 | Just Curious

We spend most of our time in the living room and kitchen so our guinea pigs live in our dining room where they can see and interact with us in either room. Where do you keep your small pets?

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