Friday, October 17, 2008

Double dose of dream hamsters?


Turns out there is (of course) a website devoted to cute hamster pics. I noticed bunnies in there too...
I am not somebody who has ever considered himself a hamster fan, but for some reason I dream of a pet hamster, who I take care of. Ridiculous, I know.
Last night there were two in the cage, with their backs to me. Who knows what they're up to. Maybe tonight there will be 12 little hamsters in the cage...

14 comments:

Becky said...

Yes tell me about hamsters LOL.You will awake to more. I like bunnies better.

Becky said...

By the way cute pic up there of the dog.LOL

Linda Starr said...

I was wondering when I would see a photo of some hamsters on your blog, Ha!

Hilary said...

Did you ever stop to consider that maybe these hamsters are trying to tell you to make hamster pottery?...

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

hamster pottery.........

kcinnova said...

Gary, I just gave this link to Frank Baron, but I think you need it, too.

http://www.gooddogjack.co.uk/sample.html

READ THIS BOOK! It's called "I, Jack" and I bet it's at your local library. (That's where we found it...well, OUR local library, not yours, lol)

kcinnova said...

Hamsters are related to mice. Mice are rodents.
Just sayin'.

Michelle said...

Cute hammies!

Penny looks like she's eaten the "OG" in blog and is lickin' her lips 'cause they were deeeelicious!

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

KC--the funny thing is about these hamsters is I am not close to them, but I have to take care of them...wish it was just back to one.
Penny eats EVERYTHING!

kcinnova said...

Michelle's comment is FUNNY!

Gary, by all means, DO take care of those hamsters. What if they have babies?!? oh, my...
Please don't export them into the dreams that the rest of us have. I occasionally have a mouse run through my dreams -- sometimes the cat is chasing it. I always wake up in a nervous sweat, afraid it's real...

fiwa said...

I have a hamster - I would give him to you if you lived closer. ;)
Just kidding, he's actually pretty cute. We adopted him after the receptionist in my office found him wandering along the highway. He was easy to see because he's got really long hair and he waddles - he looks nothing like a mouse or a rat.

Knight said...

A friend of mine had a hamster. I have rodent fear so I always hated the thing. Then it go pregnant and had tons of babies. Very gross to see them. To make it worse, the mom ate the babies. All of them. No hamsters for me, thanks.

Jessica said...

Love your header!
I had a hamster when I was younger, we never meshed well, so I gave him to a friend. When I asked about him a couple of weeks after that,she told me that he had gotten out of his cage. They never found him.

Maybe your power animal is hamster...they are trying to tell you something--listen. lol

PS: I'm only partially joking. :)

ML said...

Hamsters, gerbils, mice, rabbits, never did understand how anyone could get attached to any of 'em. Now the Pennys of the world and, to a lesser degree, the Spikes and Emilys and Momma Kittys, different thing entirely. But maybe it was my fault? Not gonna worry 'bout that now.