Baby hamster rescued by Lancashire firefighters

Baby hamster rescued by Lancashire firefighters

Baby hamster rescued by Lancashire firefighters

First published in News

FIREFIGHTERS had to free a two-week-old baby hamster from its wooden bedding house after it got its head stuck.

Fire crews were asked to help the little animal after its owner brought it to Hyndburn fire station at 10am on Monday, after being unable to free it.

They used an axe saw to cut open the house and free the brown and white hamster, which was one of a litter of 10 that has yet to be named.

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7:26pm Wed 21 Nov 12

doggydog says...

heard it all now.
heard it all now. doggydog
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8:42pm Wed 21 Nov 12

ste.g says...

hope they are going to bill the owner.they should have taken it to a vets
hope they are going to bill the owner.they should have taken it to a vets ste.g
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10:07pm Fri 23 Nov 12

bigdee123 says...

ste.g wrote:
hope they are going to bill the owner.they should have taken it to a vets
Awwwww the hamsters are adorable (YAY i have a hamster) what good people who have saved the precious lil hamster :-)
[quote][p][bold]ste.g[/bold] wrote: hope they are going to bill the owner.they should have taken it to a vets[/p][/quote]Awwwww the hamsters are adorable (YAY i have a hamster) what good people who have saved the precious lil hamster :-) bigdee123
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