Hamsters may chew on their cage when they're bored or anxious, which can inflame the skin around their mouth and nose. Make sure your hamster has a stimulating environment by outfitting their cage with an exercise wheel, tunnels and nesting boxes. https://t.co/XXpKyhHBHY

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