Do dogs eat hamsters


Do dogs eat hamsters?

Dogs eat hamsters. But they do not usually eat them whole. The dogs I have seen have been more interested in the fur and bones than the meat of the small rodent.

The only dogs I know who ate them whole were two dogs I had as a child. I never actually saw them eat a hamster, but I often heard the noises of a dog in the basement and the noise of a fight and a small squealing sound. My mother told me that they had eaten a hamster.

My own dogs do eat hamsters. But only if they are in a state of excitement or play. If I leave a hamster on a shelf, for example, they will ignore it. And if I leave one in a toy box in the basement, they will not bother it. If a dog plays with the hamster for a long time, he usually will eat it. My dogs have not been aggressive to hamsters. They have been playful, and one of them ate them. But I do not know of any other dogs who ate hamsters.

The following article was written by a young lady who lived near me at one time. She was a writer for the Christian Herald magazine in England, but we do not know how long she lived in America. She left England in the summer of 1973.

I don’t remember where I picked this up, but I did have it in my hand while I was on a bus one day. A young man was walking with two dogs. One of them had a very large hamster. The other dog was not interested at all. The man kept the hamster on a string and swung it around as he walked.

It is the only time that I have seen dogs eat a hamster.

I remember that there were other articles of hers that I had not yet seen.

She died a few years ago, so her articles were not available to me then. I was a young woman myself when she left England, and I do not remember seeing her articles. The following is the article as I remember it:

The Story of Hamster, by a Young Lady

One day my brother and I were in our garden. We saw two small black dogs. Their tails were wagging, they were playing, and they seemed to be very excited. One of the dogs had a large white object in its mouth.

My brother was much taller than I. He ran to the fence and called, “You see those dogs?”

I did, and I said, “What are those?”

He said, “That’s a hamster.”

I was horrified. I said, “You’re joking.”

He said, “No.”

I said, “That’s a pet of some kind.”

My brother shook his head. He said, “No. They’re not pets. Hamsters eat little mice and are very useful to the gardener.”

He went back and stood near the fence. The hamster was still in the white object, which I found was a cage. The hamster was very small, only about two or three inches long.

I said, “You can’t be serious.”

“Yes.”

“But it doesn’t look like a hamster.”

He said, “No.”

“But it’s not a pet.”

“It’s a pet.”

“But what is it doing in a cage?”

“It’s a hamster,” he said again.

“That’s absurd.”

“It’s not.”

“But you’re not eating it.”

“That’s right.”

I was still quite upset, and I said, “I’m going to get our father.”

My brother laughed, and said, “Go ahead, but he won’t come.”

My father was very practical, and he would not let us fool around with animals of any kind. But he did not say anything, and I went inside.

I asked my mother, “What are those things my brother says are pets?”

“I don’t know,” she said.

I asked my little sister, “What kind of pet do you think those are?”

“A hamster,” she said. “They eat the things they are kept in.”

I went back outside. My brother was still by the fence, and he said, “I told you. He won’t come.”

I said, “I know what you told me. But my father will know about them.”

“Go on,” he said, “and I’ll tell him.”

We went back into the house and told my father that my brother said those were pets. He said, “What are they, then?”

I thought I could say that he had said they were hamsters, but I didn’t want to be caught in a lie. I said, “He said they were hamsters.”

“And you didn’t believe him?”

“Of course not,” I said.

My father said, “Well, let’s go back to them.”

We went back outside and saw my brother. He was still with the cage and the hamster. I said, “What are you doing?”

“The hamster’s hungry.”


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