At the moment female has in her food bawl: oats, few row peanuts, just some of the mixed food I bought last week (without corn) and around 1/2 of all food is new pellets I got. I do give her raisins, she got few yesterday and I also gave her a slice of apple - would that help? I do have a hay but I don't know which one is it...I will give her that too. Unfortunately I don't have a wheel
...I'll see if I could let her out of the cage for a run tomorow cause it is late in the evening now - I am going to bed soon and I need to watch her carefuly what she is doing when I let her outside cause I have a lot of electric wires in the room.
So, male is okay...huh...[whiping forehead] He is such a cutie! He is like a naughty little boy. I gave him two raisins yesterday and I noticed he is skipping his pellets and witing for more raisins - LOL...no no
I bought him a new food bawl today, the one that has a holder which hangs on the side of the cage and he just can't leave it alone. He jumped in it...than grabbed it...rolled it over and spilled everthing - LOL! now I am trying to find the way to fix the bowl holder so he can not move it...in the meantime he is playing with it like it is a toy. My female seams like a grungy old lady comparing to him.
Can I ask just one more question? I seam to be asking a lot these days and I didn't wanna start a new thread for this one
I saw here some "Trixie" Vitamin drops for all rodents and I was wondering can they be used for Chins? Here are the details from the box:
"Vitamin Drops with carrot, with minerals + vitamin C"
1-3 drops every day as a reward or a snack corresponding to your rodent size.
Sugar, milk and dairy products, oils and fats, vegetables, vegetable by-products, lecitin, vanila aroma.
Suplementary food for rodents.
Contents /1000 g:
Raw protein - 6,0 %
Raw fat - 23,8 %
Raw fibre-0,4 %
Raw ash - 2,6 %
Calcium - 0,21 %
Phosphorus - 0,23 %
Vitamin A - 12.000IE
Vitamin D3 - 1.200 IE
Vitamin E - 48 mg
Vitamin C - 40 mg
Here is teh pic of the box...