The RSPCA Guidelines are in my opinion more humane than the US on minimum sizing for hamster enclosures. That is what most hamster forums will recommend whether UK or US based. Even I have struggled at times to keep up those dimensions but getting as close as possible to them as well other factors such as time out of cage and enrichment in the cage and proper sized wheels help in this conquest.

This is in footprint. Not counting levels, shelves, platforms. You are looking at a long cage. Not a TALL cage as one would seek for rats and chinchillas.

Bar spacing should be no wider than 1/2 inch for Syrians and adult Campbells & Winter Whites. And for Roborovskis and Chinese, and baby Russian dwarf hamsters it should be even more narrow. 7mm is best. It’s really difficult to find this sizing of cages with these bar spacing measurements in this country (United States). But not impossible. And there are alternatives. I made this page to help you in your search.

Yesterday, I was making some adjustments to my Mata Hari game.  The right flipper had come loose and needed to be tightened down, and I installed some connectors in the head.  This Mata Hari has seen better days…

The first time I remember seeing a Mata Hari game was around 1978, at Sammy White’s Brighton Bowl.  Sammy White’s was a 48 lane bowling center with 14 lanes of tenpin bowling, 34 lanes of candlepin bowling (what I bowl), two pool rooms, and a lounge which I was too young to ever get into.  It was sold in 1986 and closed and today is a massive car dealership, but in 1978, it was a place for people to come and have fun!

Sammy White’s usually had the newest and the nicest stuff.  Maybe it was because Channel 5 taped the old “Candlepin Bowling” tv show out of there?  Maybe the owners knew that place drew people from all over to come and see the place?  Whatever it was, Sammy White’s is where I remember seeing my first Solid State pinball machines…

Dover Books recently became the latest publisher to put out one of my favourite comics of all time, Through The Habitrails by Jeff Nicholson , a slice-of-life allegorical fantasy about an office worker in a creative industry. About his coping mechanism for working in such an environment and that affect on him as a person. It also extends into his self publishing comic career, getting closer and closer to the author’s life, and his self destruction that he seems unable to see.

Steve Bissette, one of the earliest publishers of the comic provides a forward, as does Matt Fraction.  During which, Bisette also delivers a little comic book history.

Is the Ambush Bug incident cited really from the nineties? It feels rather similar to one more recently that saw an sixth issue of Ambush Bug: Year None by Keith Giffen, Robert Loren Fleming  and  Al Milgrom   pulled from the schedules and replaced with a seventh .

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The RSPCA Guidelines are in my opinion more humane than the US on minimum sizing for hamster enclosures. That is what most hamster forums will recommend whether UK or US based. Even I have struggled at times to keep up those dimensions but getting as close as possible to them as well other factors such as time out of cage and enrichment in the cage and proper sized wheels help in this conquest.

This is in footprint. Not counting levels, shelves, platforms. You are looking at a long cage. Not a TALL cage as one would seek for rats and chinchillas.

Bar spacing should be no wider than 1/2 inch for Syrians and adult Campbells & Winter Whites. And for Roborovskis and Chinese, and baby Russian dwarf hamsters it should be even more narrow. 7mm is best. It’s really difficult to find this sizing of cages with these bar spacing measurements in this country (United States). But not impossible. And there are alternatives. I made this page to help you in your search.

Yesterday, I was making some adjustments to my Mata Hari game.  The right flipper had come loose and needed to be tightened down, and I installed some connectors in the head.  This Mata Hari has seen better days…

The first time I remember seeing a Mata Hari game was around 1978, at Sammy White’s Brighton Bowl.  Sammy White’s was a 48 lane bowling center with 14 lanes of tenpin bowling, 34 lanes of candlepin bowling (what I bowl), two pool rooms, and a lounge which I was too young to ever get into.  It was sold in 1986 and closed and today is a massive car dealership, but in 1978, it was a place for people to come and have fun!

Sammy White’s usually had the newest and the nicest stuff.  Maybe it was because Channel 5 taped the old “Candlepin Bowling” tv show out of there?  Maybe the owners knew that place drew people from all over to come and see the place?  Whatever it was, Sammy White’s is where I remember seeing my first Solid State pinball machines…

Dover Books recently became the latest publisher to put out one of my favourite comics of all time, Through The Habitrails by Jeff Nicholson , a slice-of-life allegorical fantasy about an office worker in a creative industry. About his coping mechanism for working in such an environment and that affect on him as a person. It also extends into his self publishing comic career, getting closer and closer to the author’s life, and his self destruction that he seems unable to see.

Steve Bissette, one of the earliest publishers of the comic provides a forward, as does Matt Fraction.  During which, Bisette also delivers a little comic book history.

Is the Ambush Bug incident cited really from the nineties? It feels rather similar to one more recently that saw an sixth issue of Ambush Bug: Year None by Keith Giffen, Robert Loren Fleming  and  Al Milgrom   pulled from the schedules and replaced with a seventh .

The RSPCA Guidelines are in my opinion more humane than the US on minimum sizing for hamster enclosures. That is what most hamster forums will recommend whether UK or US based. Even I have struggled at times to keep up those dimensions but getting as close as possible to them as well other factors such as time out of cage and enrichment in the cage and proper sized wheels help in this conquest.

This is in footprint. Not counting levels, shelves, platforms. You are looking at a long cage. Not a TALL cage as one would seek for rats and chinchillas.

Bar spacing should be no wider than 1/2 inch for Syrians and adult Campbells & Winter Whites. And for Roborovskis and Chinese, and baby Russian dwarf hamsters it should be even more narrow. 7mm is best. It’s really difficult to find this sizing of cages with these bar spacing measurements in this country (United States). But not impossible. And there are alternatives. I made this page to help you in your search.

Yesterday, I was making some adjustments to my Mata Hari game.  The right flipper had come loose and needed to be tightened down, and I installed some connectors in the head.  This Mata Hari has seen better days…

The first time I remember seeing a Mata Hari game was around 1978, at Sammy White’s Brighton Bowl.  Sammy White’s was a 48 lane bowling center with 14 lanes of tenpin bowling, 34 lanes of candlepin bowling (what I bowl), two pool rooms, and a lounge which I was too young to ever get into.  It was sold in 1986 and closed and today is a massive car dealership, but in 1978, it was a place for people to come and have fun!

Sammy White’s usually had the newest and the nicest stuff.  Maybe it was because Channel 5 taped the old “Candlepin Bowling” tv show out of there?  Maybe the owners knew that place drew people from all over to come and see the place?  Whatever it was, Sammy White’s is where I remember seeing my first Solid State pinball machines…

The RSPCA Guidelines are in my opinion more humane than the US on minimum sizing for hamster enclosures. That is what most hamster forums will recommend whether UK or US based. Even I have struggled at times to keep up those dimensions but getting as close as possible to them as well other factors such as time out of cage and enrichment in the cage and proper sized wheels help in this conquest.

This is in footprint. Not counting levels, shelves, platforms. You are looking at a long cage. Not a TALL cage as one would seek for rats and chinchillas.

Bar spacing should be no wider than 1/2 inch for Syrians and adult Campbells & Winter Whites. And for Roborovskis and Chinese, and baby Russian dwarf hamsters it should be even more narrow. 7mm is best. It’s really difficult to find this sizing of cages with these bar spacing measurements in this country (United States). But not impossible. And there are alternatives. I made this page to help you in your search.

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