They do everything together.
Like their homework.
They watch movies together.
And take breaks to eat snacks together.
When Amberly Dzmiria shared her private life with her little hamster on Twitter, it went viral quickly. With over 500k likes and 152 retweets, everyone could relate to wanting to spend quality time with a little hamster.
i bought my hamster a lil bed and now we do everything together pic.twitter.com/V7EJPWdAQj
— Amberly Dzimira ❥ (@Amberly_Dzimira) January 29, 2018
The hamster's name is Chip and he's of the teddy bear hamster variety.
He's also chill af.
for everyone asking,, his name is chip he’s a male teddy bear hamster who is chill asf pic.twitter.com/kUXMFfIdFS
— Amberly Dzimira ❥ (@Amberly_Dzimira) January 31, 2018
Amberly bought the hamster at Petco and the little bed at Petsmart, which became Chip's vehicle to travel along with Amberly throughout her day.
Fans of the tweet were excited to see fellow small pets. One hedgie even had the same bed, and the same name!
We have that same bed for our hedgehog and his name is also Chip! He loves it so much. pic.twitter.com/lMxT08JOni
— Britney Milotte (@Britney1715) January 31, 2018
Chip loves all his fans and the new-found fame. But he also just loves lounging in his bed and spending time with his human.
i honestly have no idea he just really likes his bed😂
— Amberly Dzimira ❥ (@Amberly_Dzimira) January 30, 2018
Teddy bear hamsters are very cuddly and make good little pets. They are technically long-haired Syrian hamsters, which get their name from where they were discovered first by British zoologist George Robert Waterhouse. In 1930, while the zoologist was studying them in the lab, a few of these golden hamsters escaped. All wild hamsters in Israel today are thought to have descended from these escapees!
The teddy bear hamsters were brought back to England and bred as pets. The rest is history and now we have little, cuddly companions that ride around in beds, going viral on Twitter.
Do you have a hamster? Do you do everything with it? Tell us in the comments below.
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