Roborovski Dwarf Hamster Habitat: Plastic Bin Cage

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This is my robo hamster Henrietta's plastic bin cage. Just thought I would put this out here if anyone needed ideas for a dwarf hamster habitat. I was able to cut the middle of the lid out with a strong pair of scissors, and poked the holes for the water bottle with a pocket knife. Of course, exercise caution if you try this yourself. And if any kids are watching this, please get an adult to help you! As you can see, I do use pine bedding. However, it is kiln dried, which removes the aromatic oils that can be harmful to a hamster's respiratory system. When I clean her bin, I remove all items and dump the bedding, then take the bin plus the wheel, bowl, bath house, and 2 story house to the bathroom and clean them with hot water, & sometimes a little baby wash if they are extra dirty. It's very easy to thoroughly clean the bin in your bath tub. Be sure to rinse and dry the bin and all items very well! I have a tip for securing the wheel without having to drill any holes, but I will make another video for that! Hope you enjoy the video. No rude comments, please!
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