How the Milk Tea Hamster Looks


Milk tea hamster is named after the milk tea hamster because its overall color on the back is more similar to the color of the pearl milk tea we drink everyday.

Some milk teas will show the so-called winter white phenomenon, that is, when the temperature in winter is reduced, the whole body’s hair will become white like silver fox in a short time, but it will change back to the original color after the temperature warms up, so the owner does not have to worry.

Body features

Milk tea hamsters Milk tea hamsters are lazier by nature. The reaction to the outside world is not very sensitive, the popular saying is that the hamster is more honest, or more stupid.

Due to the unknown name of milk tea hamsters, with a mysterious background, and the small amount of milk tea on the market, the market price of milk tea once chased the old mother hamster.

Earlier, because of price reasons and lack of understanding about milk tea hamsters, many rat friends did not dare to buy them. However, the breeding situation of milk tea is similar to other third-line hamsters, and the number of milk tea is also increasing.

Recognized by friends, many people are proud of having a milk tea. The color of milk tea hamsters is very similar to the color of pearl milk tea.

Their eyes are black, and the back line is gray. It is still clear when you look carefully, but there are also parts that do not have a back line (some mouse friends call this the best milk tea).

Living Environment

Milk tea hamsters Milk tea hamsters are not very active breeds, but they are the most beautiful of the third-line hamsters. This kind of hamster is inexpensive and can be bought for dozens of dollars, which is very suitable for novices to raise.

So how do you arrange a living place for the hamster before raising it?

In the wild milk tea hamsters like to inhabit grasslands, semi-deserts, farmland, hillsides and alpine meadows/lonely living. Artificial feeding needs to provide them with clean mats, wood chips can be the first choice, occasionally helping them bath is inevitable, but it is not recommended to wash with water.

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it is best to use a bath powder for sand bath; because it stores food in the cheek pouch, not Feeding a lot of fruits and sugar will cause inflammation; it is best to use a transparent plastic special breeding box or an item storage box; keep a quiet environment, noise may make it die suddenly; provide small wooden blocks for grinding teeth.

The temperature in the feeding environment is best controlled between 18-26°C and the humidity between 30-40%.

Feeding Points

Milk tea hamsters The average lifespan of milk tea hamsters is about three years, so when you decide to keep them as pets, you must cherish the short and good time with them.

Most captive milk tea hamsters are relatively docile. Milk tea hamsters are more common. However, many merchants use inbreeding, which makes some milk teas have poor congenital physique, and there may also be head bias or autobiography.

You should pay attention to distinguish when buying. Milk tea hamsters are more omnivorous (partially phytophagous). Most rodents are active at night or at dawn, but there are also many types of day activities. Winter activity generally decreases, before the arrival of winter, or store fat in the body for dormancy; or start storing food in autumn.

Some mouths have cheek pouches that temporarily store food. They mainly eat all kinds of weed seeds and food, occasionally hunt insects, have the habit of storing food, do not hibernate, rely on stored food for winter. In the case of artificial feeding, it can feed special grains or grains for hamsters.

Hamsters cannot eat food that humans eat. Meals, peanuts and other easily flammable foods can only be used as snacks for training rewards, not as staple foods. Sufficient drinking water is unstoppable.

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