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New habitat. - October 22nd 2014, 12:06 AM

Okay, I currently have a hamster and a betta fish - I'd either like to get a new tank for more fish or get a different habitat for the hamster. I'm kind of lacking in funds right now to do both

The thing is, my hamster is currently in a nice sized habitat, and I don't really want to stress her more by changing cages on her. However, I don't know if I have the room for a bigger aquarium along with my current betta's tank which is a 3 gallon :P

What would you do?

I'm kind of already thinking a new fish tank, though I would make room somehow.
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Re: New habitat. - October 23rd 2014, 05:57 AM


Sorry for the slow response; I was kind of hoping someone else would answer this thread because I know very little about fish or hamsters (I mean, we don't even have the latter where I am) but I figured I'd give it a go.

To me, it sounds like you've already made up your mind. If your hamster seems happy where they are, then I think it's totally okay to go for the fish tank instead. As far as space goes, presumably you can reorganise the room, and you can always check the dimensions before you go and buy another tank just to be sure.

Besides, this way you get more fish and that sounds exciting.

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