Hamsters

Beaverton Police Take Hamster Into Protective Custody
Pulling over a driver suspected of being impaired is unfortunately far too common for most police officers.
Having to take a hamster into protective custody, on the other hand, is somewhat outside the usual scope of police duty. And yet, in Beaverton, OR, they were called on to do just that.
Super Adorable Hamsters Can’t Handle Their Wheel
The internet continues on its path to cuteness-fueled self-destruction. This whole thing got started with Bentley the fussy bulldog. Then Trotter, another bulldog, showed up wearing a variety of hats and looking rather morose. After that, TWIN BABIES WERE DOING SYNCHRONIZED DANCING. And now, two tin…
Hamster Drag Racing Is Sweeping the Nation [VIDEO]
Hamsters will run between four and eight miles a day in the wild, which is why in captivity the little furballs will attack their exercise wheel with such boundless energy.
These are the sort of facts you learn from watching "hamster drag racing," the new sport that is sur…