Pippin D’artagnan the Dire-Hamster

Pippin-toon2A blog detailing the adventures of Syrian Hamsters, Pippin d’Artagnan the Dire-Hamster, and Molly Arya. Pippin is a red eyed ivory short hair male with plenty of attitude and a zest for walnuts. Cuddly and small, he loves to burrow in people’s hair, enjoys a good party and will spend hours and hours making his bed. A typical lazy boy, Pippin is very chilled out and loves nothing more than sitting on a shoulder for a while observing the scenery. Molly is a golden umbrous little girl, named after Molly Weasley, hyperactive and hard to relax with. She is always on the go, is a master of escape, and likes nothing more than searching for bits of food in huge piles of woodshavings. It takes a lot to run off her energy, but we do try hard! We take hundreds of photos and blog at least once a week to give everyone a good idea of what is going on in our funny little hamstery lives. From home-made cages, playpens, balls and ‘free-play’, the blog covers everything from daily life with hamsters, to product reviews, discussions about hamster behaviour, and ways to give hamsters all the stimulation they could possibly require to live happy lives.

Complete Blog URL: pippindartagnan.blogspot.co.uk/

If breed-specific, name of breed: Syrian Hamster

About the blogger(s): My name is Corrie, and I am an experienced blogger who has covered subjects from being a student at university in London, years of knitting and most recently, life with hamsters. With regular posts and passions ranging from animals to reading, drawing to making my own clothes, I have a separate craft blog in which all of the ‘non-hamster’ stuff goes. With a passion for many different things, life is sometimes stretched and the hamsters take priority to ensure they are happy and healthy. Living in London, UK, and making regular excursions across the world (sometimes with hamsters in tow to the more local destinations), I try to make blogging interesting and fun for myself – which in turn translates into the blog itself and should make it an enjoyable read. I love interaction, and having only started Pippin d’Artagnan in the last few months, anticipate that it will grow rapidly over the next period (and will probably include a number of new hamsters that make their way into my life!) At some point, as my own experience grows, I would like to start publishing help for other hamster owners, giveaways, and even more product reviews as the mountain of toys the hamsters have grows.

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