Sep 5, 2013 - They love to crawl into different sized hamster balls, rolling around and playing with their mother cat, Tiger, close by
While you’ve given your pet a supportive habitat that engages their senses and keeps them comfortable, sometimes they like to get out a little and stretch their legs. Unlike a dog or cat, these little guys can be harder to keep track of once they are out of their home. Hamster balls allow your gerbil, mouse or other pint-sized pets to explore freely while allowing you to more easily keep track of them. You’ll discover that most feature a secure top so your hamster or mouse can’t escape from the ball while they make a few orbits around an over-sized world. Additionally, your little fellow can easily catch their breath while they are on a roll thanks to ventilation slots that also help keep them cool.
Early this morning, the traveling promotion company came to the as one of its many cross-country media stops. For any of you who watched Good Day Oregon today, you saw the antics as folks climbed into a human-sized hamster ball. Here are some photos.Andy Carson and CAT's Executive Director took their turn - literally - in the ball.
He needs a cat-sized hamster ball to roll around in haha.
You should buy a cat sized hamster ball
No reason it should be. Cats love curling up in the tiniest spaces possible. I've seen an adult cat laboriously insert itself into a normal-sized hamster ball (completely filling it). Kittens Muffin, Bun Bun and Ducky just turned eleven weeks old. They love to crawl into different sized hamster balls, rolling around and playing with their mother cat, Tiger, close by. Watch these little fluff balls take a tip out of hamster playtime.