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My Hamster Needs Disposing of watch

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    whatever you do do not freeze it!!!
    *shudders and thinks of the dead cat in her aunts freezer*
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    Do what I did with my goldfish... Worked pretty well... You may have to flush several times though for a hamster..
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    You don't sound very sad about it dying..?
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    Put it back in its cage and wait for a parent/partner to "discover" the body - appear distraught and tell them (tearfully) to dispose of it for you.

    Ta-daa! Problem solved :yep:
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    put it in a shoe box and keep it under your bed, then you can pet it whenever you want just like it was still alive.
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    (Original post by J17)
    Recycle
    LOL.

    That's cruel sir.

    OP, bury it.

    In my garden there are 9 fish, 2 cats, 3 hamsters, a gerbil, 1 fledgling, 1 hedgehog and a pigeon.





    Don't look at me like that!
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    (Original post by MelonFace)
    LOL.

    That's cruel sir.

    OP, bury it.

    In my garden there are 9 fish, 2 cats, 3 hamsters, a gerbil, 1 fledgling, 1 hedgehog and a pigeon.





    Don't look at me like that!
    Me? - Cruel?
    Spoken from the mouth of the pet killer!!!

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    Hamster funeral
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    (Original post by J17)
    Me? - Cruel?
    Spoken from the mouth of the pet killer!!!

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    i didnt say they were dead! ha!
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    (Original post by MelonFace)
    i didnt say they were dead! ha!
    True true!

    That would be some garden pet fight, my money is on the gerbil
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    (Original post by J17)
    True true!

    That would be some garden pet fight, my money is on the gerbil

    O no, the gerbils actually dead. Sorry.
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    Haha, I love how heartless you are :laugh: Bury it somewhere!
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    Take a plastic carrier... put some fresh bedding in lay in the hamster... put his old bedding on top of him, tie the bag, place bag in the bin... say a few words if you wish...

    That's honestly what I would do and have done.
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    Shave it and fry lightly with garlic.
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    Ha ha this thread is hilarious! With our hamster, we just buried it in the back garden. I suppose it probably depends how much you care about your hamster. If it's a lot, bury deep in the ground it somewhere decent with a little ceremony. Otherwise, if you really don't care much just chuck it in the bin or compost heap, I'm sure the wild animals would love the extra meal.
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    I buried my hamsters but it was really all my sentimental mum's idea. She stuck them in a box of hay with things like nuts and food inside. I did think she was going a bit insane then.
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    Awwwww!
    We buried Binky in my grandad's garden. :redface: oh yes, Binky. (I was 10 or 11 or something, leave me alone!)
    I then asked my grandad to make a grave, and was rather elated when he made a lovely wooden little cross.
    He then ruined my elation and wrote on the grave in chalk "R.I.P. you little ****"
    my grandad was never a fan of pets bless him, lmao

    Edit: I meant to say, my point is, bury it in a shoe box. :p:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey my hamster has just died but I need to get rid of it. Does it go in the regular rubbish bin or the organic waste? I don't want my rubbish to be left at my house!

    Thanks.
    Hold a mini funeral. Have some respect.
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    Why anon unless you're a troll?
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    What an idiot! Bury it
 
 
 
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