How do hamsters behave as angry – how to judge hamsters’ mood?

       As follows:

       The body language of rats

       How can we understand rats who can’t talk? In fact, rats have expressed some emotions unconsciously. We should observe their body language to understand them! The following is an explanation of the different behaviors of rats and mice:

       1. When relaxing

       Grooming: hamsters can groom their fur in two cases. –The first is in a relaxed state. –In another case, after the owner stroked them, the rats tried to put their own taste on their bodies. Rats like their own taste!

       Ears down: the hamster’s ears down indicate that he is low alert and relaxed. When rats are alert, their ears are usually set high and are very sensitive to the faint sounds of their surroundings. They are not sensitive enough to make up for their ears!

       Crawling on the ground: seeing their lazy appearance, I know they are really at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way.

       Curly body: mouse sweet sleep is curly body, so as a host to see this, it’s best not to quarrel and save people!

       2. On alert

       Walk on the ground: sometimes rats will walk low when they come out of the cage to play. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed.

       Stand up, second hand forward: it’s usually a sign of curiosity. They stand high to see if there are enemies in the four directions, or to detect if there is any delicious food coming.

       The nose moves constantly: as I mentioned before, mice don’t have good eyesight, so they use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their noses move constantly, it means that they want to spy on their surroundings.

       3. Under pressure

       Walk around in circles: don’t think it’s funny that rats often walk along the same route. Actually, it’s a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners see their performance like this, they should pay more attention to it!

       Run the wheel: some mice will use the wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable.

       4. When angry

       Yell: hamsters pose when they feel threatened. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have much expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away.

       Stand up, second-hand catch up: this means “I don’t like here, I want to run away!”. If a rat does this in its own nest, the owner should pay more attention to it.

       5. On request

       Bite the cage: the reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, mice also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks.

       6. Happy hour

       Climb to the hand: when the mouse is in a good mood, it will also climb up to the owner to coax the owner. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed onto the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today!

       Body language of rats

       How can we understand rats who can’t talk? In fact, rats have already expressed some emotions unconsciously. We should observe their body language to understand them! The following is an explanation of the different behaviors of rats and mice:

       1. When relaxing

       Grooming: hamsters can groom their fur in two cases. –The first is in a relaxed state. –In another case, after the owner stroked them, the rats tried to put their own taste on their bodies. Rats like their own taste!

       Ears down: the hamster’s ears down indicate that he is low alert and relaxed. When rats are alert, their ears are usually set high and are very sensitive to the faint sounds of their surroundings. They are not sensitive enough to make up for their ears!

       Crawling on the ground: seeing their lazy appearance, I know they are really at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way.

       Curly body: mouse sweet sleep is curly body, so as a host to see, it’s best not to quarrel and save them!

       2. On alert

       Walk on the ground: sometimes rats will walk low when they come out of the cage to play. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed.

       Stand up, second hand forward: it’s usually a sign of curiosity. They stand high to see if there are enemies in the four directions, or to detect if there is any delicious food coming.

       The nose moves constantly: as I mentioned before, mice don’t have good eyesight, so they use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their noses move constantly, it means that they want to spy on their surroundings.

       3. Under pressure

       Walk around in circles: don’t think it’s funny that rats often walk along the same route. Actually, it’s a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners see their performance like this, they should pay more attention to it!

       Run the wheel: some mice will use the wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable.

       4. When angry

       Reflexive yelling – hamsters pose when they feel threatened. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have much expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away.

       Stand up, second-hand catch up: this means “I don’t like here, I want to run away!”. If a rat does this in its own nest, the owner should pay more attention to it.

       5. On request

       Bite the cage: the reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, mice also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks.

       6. Happy hour

       Climb to the hand: when the mouse is in a good mood, it will also climb up to the owner to coax the owner. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed onto the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today!

       Dear child, I hope you write well_ ¡É)O~

       1. When irritated, it will make a “squeak” sound to indicate that it wants to bite you

       2. After being provoked, you will tremble or run far away

       3. When angry, he turned over to fight

       4. Anger will bite you, even if you avoid it this time, you will bite next time, and the bite will be very painful

       5. When happy, there is no abnormal behavior

       (my experience – =)

       Body language of rats

       How can we understand rats who can’t talk? In fact, rats have expressed some emotions unconsciously. We should observe their body language to understand them! The following is an explanation of the different behaviors of rats and mice:

       1. When relaxing

       Grooming: hamsters can groom their fur in two cases. –The first is in a relaxed state. –In another case, after the owner stroked them, the rats tried to put their own taste on their bodies. Rats like their own taste!

       Ears down: the hamster’s ears down indicate that he is low alert and relaxed. When rats are alert, their ears are usually set high and are very sensitive to the faint sounds of their surroundings. Because the vision of mice is not very good, so they will use sensitive small ears to make up for it!

       Crawling on the ground: seeing their lazy appearance, I know they are really at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way.

       Curly body: mouse sweet sleep is curly body, so as a host to see, it’s best not to quarrel and save them!

       2. On alert

       Walk on the ground: sometimes rats will walk low when they come out of the cage to play. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed.

       Stand up, second hand forward: it’s usually a sign of curiosity. They stand high to see if there are enemies in all directions, or to spy out if there is any delicious food coming up.

       The nose moves constantly: as I mentioned before, mice don’t have good eyesight, so they use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their noses move constantly, it means that they want to spy on their surroundings.

       3. Under pressure

       Walk around in circles: don’t think it’s funny that rats often walk along the same route. Actually, it’s a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners see their performance like this, they should pay more attention to it!

       Run the wheel: some mice will use the wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable.

       4. When angry

       Yell: hamsters pose when they feel threatened. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have much expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away.

       It means “I don’t like here, I want to run away!”. If a rat does this in its own nest, the owner should pay more attention to it.

       5. On request

       Bite the cage: the reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, mice also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks.

       6. Happy hour

       Climb to the hand: when the mouse is in a good mood, it will also climb up to the owner to coax the owner. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed onto the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today!

       Dear child, I hope you write well_ ¡É)O~

       Hamster happy will not make a sound, will wag its tail, sound is afraid. Hamsters usually make three sounds. The first is similar to a scream, accompanied by limbs facing up to make a panic suit. Having raised three line children’s shoes, knowing this state generally means that rats are very scared, which will happen suddenly. However, as for screaming, it is rare, and most of them are in panic. The second kind of sound is more common, which is similar to the sound of “utterance” and “puff”, accompanied by a twitch of the body, which comes from the nose.

       The tail morphology of hamsters is explained as follows:

       1. Tail raised: alert, afraid – in a bad mood; ready to run away at any time; at this time, it’s better not to hold it, and try to let the rat relax first.

       2. Tail flick: relaxed, free and in a good mood; sometimes, grab snacks from the owner’s hand, it will be like this; at this time, you can easily hold up, rats and mice will be very cooperative.

       3. Tail clamping: nervous, timid to general mood; usually when the mouse is curious about something; when running or staying, hesitating; at this time, to comfort, such as giving a little snack, or gently stroking from the beginning to the end, the action should be slow and gentle. Once the mouse starts to be nervous, it should stop in time to relieve the tension After the atmosphere, try to approach again.

       4. Tail relaxation: enjoy, leisure – good mood; when the mouse is sleeping, the tail will be soft and soft; at this time, the considerate master, had better not disturb, let the mouse enjoy the beautiful dream, wait for the mouse to wake up, hold it again.

       Cricetidae is the general name of Cricetidae. There are seven genera and eighteen species of hamsters, which are mainly distributed in arid areas of Central Asia and a few in Europe. Hamster body length 5-12 cm, the body is relatively fat round. In addition to the small hamsters distributed in Central Asia, other species of hamsters have cheek pouches on both cheek, extending from the molar side to the shoulder, so they are named hamsters. Hamsters usually dig holes in their nests and are nocturnal. Seeds are often collected and brought back into or stored in caves. This animal is very small and cute, is a very strong solitary animal, but also a very popular pet. There are many kinds of hamsters, such as golden silk bear, three line hamster, first line hamster and so on.

       Except for the small hamsters distributed in Central Asia, the cheek pouches of other species of hamsters extend from the molar side to the shoulder. It can be used for temporary storage or transportation of food back to the hole for storage, so it is named hamster. Although it often cleans its hair, it is still difficult to eliminate a peculiar smell on its body. The hamster has a pair of growing incisors and three pairs of molars. The tooth type is 1003, with staggered trigonometry. Molars with or without roots can grow for life. The main food is plant seeds, like nuts, also eat plant tender stems or leaves, occasionally eat insects. Most of them don’t hibernate and live by storing food in winter. A few varieties will enter the inactive quasi hibernation state in cold weather.

       Groom when you relax: hamsters can groom their fur in two ways. ¡ª¡ªThe first is in a relaxed state. ¡ª¡ªIn another case, after the owner stroked them, the mice tried to put their own smell on their bodies. Rats like their own taste! Ears down: the hamster’s ears down indicate that he is low alert and relaxed. When the mice are alert, their ears are usually vertical, and the weak sound of the surrounding environment is very impressive. Because mouse vision is not very good, so they will use sensitive small ears to make up for its deficiency. Climb on the ground: see their lazy appearance, know they are really very at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way. Tired body: Rats sleep when the body is tired song, so as a host to see this is the best not to wake them up! When happy, they climb to their hands: when they are in a good mood, they will also climb up to their owners and cajole them. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed to the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today! Bite the cage: the reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, rats and mice will also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks. Walking back and forth under stress: don’t think it’s funny that rats often walk along the same route. Actually, it’s a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners see their performance like this, they should pay more attention to it! Run the wheel: some mice will use the wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable. When angry, they yell back: hamsters pose like this when they feel threatened. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have any expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away. Stand up and grab up: it means “I don’t like here, I want to run away!”. If the rodent has this action in its own nest, then the owner should pay attention to it. When on guard, lie down on the ground and walk: sometimes rats will walk with their bodies down when they are out of the cage to play. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed. Stand up, second hand forward: it’s usually a sign of curiosity. They stand high to see if there are enemies in the four directions, or to detect if there is any delicious food coming. Nose movement: as mentioned before, rats have poor vision, so they use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their nose moves and stops, it means they want to scout the surrounding environment.

       Hamsters are less likely to communicate with their owners than cats and dogs. However, as long as you observe carefully every day, you can still understand the hamster’s mood.

       [finishing body hair]

       Hamsters are relaxed when they groom their bodies. Otherwise, it is the state that after the owner caresses the hamster, the hamster’s own smell disappears and wants to paint the taste on the body again. Hamsters like their own taste best.

       [turn over]

       The owner turns over when he reaches into the cage. It’s because you’re scared or disgusted when you reach in. Hamsters have few weapons against their enemies, so they turn over and fight with four feet. This time as long as slowly past, let the hamster rest assured. Especially when hamsters sleep, don’t scare them.

       [rolled into a circle]

       You can see that this is the hamster sleeping posture, this time to be quiet. But when the body condition is not good, it will roll up, so we should pay more attention to it. It rolls up when it’s cold. It’s warm at this time.

       Bite the cage

       When biting on the wire of the cage, it may be that the hamster wants to escape. Some hamsters will rub the hair on their nose between the wire, making the nose bald. This behavior allows hamsters to grind their teeth and control the length of their teeth.

       [drooping ears]

       To understand the hamster’s mood, the easiest thing to see is the ear. If the ears droop, it must be a feeling of disgust or terror, just wake up when the ears are drooping.

       [body stiff and straight]

       The hamster wants to use the wheel to move far away, and stop to confirm where it has reached.

       [stand up and shake]

       Standing up is to understand the situation in the distance, feel and observe around, pay attention to the sound, and will stand up when there is a reaction to the sound of the feed bag.

       [lying on the ground]

       When I came out of the cage, I was lying on the ground and smelling everywhere. It’s about being nervous about the new place and trying to smell out all over the place. Don’t make a big noise at this time.

       [hiding in a narrow place]

       Hamsters were originally wild animals, living in narrow tunnels. When playing indoors, hamsters will always look for narrow and dark places to rest assured. If hamsters run to the corner of the room, they should pay attention.

       How can we understand rats who can’t talk? In fact, rats have expressed some feelings unconsciously. We should observe their body language to understand them!

       The following is an explanation of the different behaviors of rats and mice:

       When you relax

       Grooming: hamsters can groom their fur in two ways.

       ¡ª¡ªThe first is in a relaxed state.

       ¡ª¡ªIn another case, after the owner stroked them, the mice tried to put their own smell on their bodies. Rats like their own taste!

       Ears down:

       The hamster’s ear down indicates that he is very low alert and is in a relaxed state. When the mice are alert, their ears are usually vertical, and they are very impressed by the weak sound of the surrounding environment. Because mouse vision is not very good, so they will use sensitive small ears to make up for its deficiency.

       On the ground:

       Seeing their lazy appearance, we know that they are really at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way.

       Tired body:

       Rats sleep when tired body, so as a master to see this is the best not to wake them up!

       Happy hour

       Climb to your hands:

       When the mouse is in a good mood, it will also climb up to its owner and cajole it. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed to the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today!

       Bite the cage:

       The reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, rats and mice will also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks.

       Walk back and forth under pressure:

       Don’t think it’s funny that mice often walk in the same route. It’s actually a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners watch their performance, they should pay more attention to it!

       Intense running wheel:

       Some mice will use the fierce running wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable.

       When angry

       He yelled back

       When hamsters feel threatened, they pose like this. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have any expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away.

       Stand up and grasp up

       It means “I don’t like it here, I’m going to run away!”. If the rodent has this action in its own nest, then the owner should pay attention to it.

       Walk on the ground when alert:

       Sometimes rats will walk with their bodies down when they are out of their cages. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed.

       Stand up and move forward:

       It’s usually a sign of curiosity. He stood tall to see if there were enemies in the four directions, or to spy out if there was any delicious food coming up.

       The nose moves constantly:

       As mentioned before, mice have poor eyesight, so they will use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their noses move constantly, it means they want to spy on their surroundings.

       Look at the ears, ears up on behalf of him very excited, now want to activities, is also happy. Ears down, it means people are not very happy now, don’t mess with him. Sleep just wake up, ears are down Oh! Of course, rats should not wake up happily. [absolutely original, no plagiarism] (according to my years of experience in raising rats, this view is reliable)

       Body language of rats

       How can we understand rats who can’t talk? In fact, rats have expressed some emotions unconsciously. We should observe their body language to understand them! The following is an explanation of the different behaviors of rats and mice:

       1. When relaxing

       Grooming: hamsters can groom their fur in two cases. –The first is in a relaxed state. –In another case, after the owner stroked them, the rats tried to put their own taste on their bodies. Rats like their own taste!

       Ears down: the hamster’s ears down indicate that he is low alert and relaxed. When rats are alert, their ears are usually set high and are very sensitive to the faint sounds of their surroundings. Because the vision of mice is not very good, so they will use sensitive small ears to make up for its deficiency!

       Crawling on the ground: seeing their lazy appearance, I know they are really at ease! Many hamsters sleep the same way.

       Curly body: mouse sweet sleep is curly body, so as a host to see, it’s best not to quarrel and save them!

       2. On alert

       Walk on the ground: sometimes rats will walk low when they come out of the cage to play. This means that they are in a state of vigilance, as they usually do in unfamiliar places. When there’s any wind and grass, it’s going to go at full speed.

       Stand up, second hand forward: it’s usually a sign of curiosity. They stand high to see if there are enemies in the four directions, or to detect if there is any delicious food coming.

       The nose moves constantly: as I mentioned before, mice don’t have good eyesight, so they use hearing, touch and smell to make up for their lack of vision. When their noses move constantly, it means that they want to spy on their surroundings.

       3. Under pressure

       Walk around in circles: don’t think it’s funny that rats often walk along the same route. Actually, it’s a sign of stress. When rats are nervous, they walk back and forth along the same route. If the owners see their performance like this, they should pay more attention to it!

       Run the wheel: some mice will use the wheel to vent their pressure and dissatisfaction. So don’t think running the wheel is a common thing. In fact, the rat is telling you that he is very uncomfortable.

       4. When angry

       Yell: hamsters pose when they feel threatened. Sometimes it’s the owner who suddenly reaches into the cage and frightens them. When threatened by their peers, they will yell back. Because they don’t have much expertise in dealing with the enemy, they just pretend to be fierce and scare the enemy away.

       Stand up, second-hand catch up: this means “I don’t like here, I want to run away!”. If a rat does this in its own nest, the owner should pay more attention to it.

       5. On request

       Bite the cage: the reason for biting the cage is not only to grind teeth, but also to be dull. On the other hand, mice also use this action to express their demands, such as going out to play or eat snacks.

       6. Happy hour

       Climb to the hand: when the mouse is in a good mood, it will also climb up to the Lord to coax its owner. When the owner reached into the cage and gently called the mouse’s name, the mouse climbed onto the master’s hand, which means that they are in a good mood today!

       Dear child, I hope you write well_ ¡É)O~

       1. When irritated, it will make a “squeak” sound to indicate that it wants to bite you

       2. After being provoked, you will tremble or run far away

       3. When angry, he turned over to fight

       4. Anger will bite you, even if you avoid it this time, you will bite next time, and the bite will be very painful

       5. When happy, there is no abnormal behavior

       (my experience – =)

       Hamsters are less likely to communicate with their owners than cats and dogs. However, as long as you observe carefully every day, you can still understand the hamster’s mood. And hamsters can express their emotions. They can read these actions and messages carefully to understand their emotions.

       [finishing body hair]

       Hamsters are relaxed when they groom their bodies. Otherwise, it is the state that after the owner touches the hamster, the hamster’s own smell disappears and wants to put the taste on the body again. Hamsters like their own taste best.

       [turn over]

       The owner turns over when he reaches into the cage. It’s because you’re scared or disgusted when you reach in. Hamsters have few weapons against their enemies, so they turn over and fight with four feet. This time as long as slowly past, let the hamster rest assured. Especially when hamsters sleep, don’t scare them.

       [rolled into a circle]

       You can see that this is the hamster sleeping posture, this time to be quiet. But when the body condition is not good, it will roll up, so we should pay more attention to it. It rolls up when it’s cold. It’s warm at this time.

       Bite the cage

       When biting on the wire of the cage, it may be that the hamster wants to escape. Some hamsters will rub the hair on their nose between the wire, making the nose bald. This behavior allows hamsters to grind their teeth and control the length of their teeth.

       [drooping ears]

       To understand the hamster’s mood, the easiest thing to see is the ear. If the ears d

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