Hamster’s behavioral meaning is explained in detail.

1. Finishing: Hamsters are more relaxed when finishing their own coats, indicating that they feel the environment is safer now. There is also a case where the owner touches them and leaves the taste of the owner, so the coat will be trimmed and the odor will be retained again.

2. Lie on your back or curl up: In general, the sleeping position of hamsters is mostly the same. This means that when the hamster is at the lowest alert level, it is also the time of rest. It is recommended not to disturb, especially the newly arrived hamster, it is easy to wake up and be frightened. But when you are in poor health, you will roll up and pay more attention to it.

3. Climb Initially into the Feeder’s Hand: Hamsters may climb onto our hands to play or eat after a period of time, which indicates that the Hamsters have a certain trust in the Feeder.

4. Bite cage: In general, hamsters bite cages mostly to grind their teeth to ease discomfort. Some hamsters use this method to remind their owners to ask for food for themselves.

5. Walking on your stomach: This means that they are on guard. Generally, they will do the same in strange places. Once something moves, they will move at full speed. And some hamsters will lie on the ground motionless when they are greatly frightened.

6. Stand upright and move your hands forward: This is usually a sign of curiosity. Hamsters stand high to see if there are enemies on all sides, or to scout for good food.

7. Play the running wheel vigorously: Most rats run the wheel for sport and play, because hamsters need a lot of exercise. Rotating the running wheel can meet their daily activity. But sometimes, hamsters will turn the running wheel vigorously when they feel very stressed or insecure. It is suggested that the owner should move the cage to a quiet environment and not disturb it too much.

8. Turn over: The owner’s hand will turn over when it reaches into the cage. It’s because the hand is frightened or disgusted when it comes in. Hamsters have few weapons against their enemies, so they turn over and fight with four feet. If the limbs are relaxed after turning over, it means that the hamster trusts you very much.

9. Hide in a narrow place: Hamsters are wild animals and live in narrow tunnels. When playing indoors, hamsters always look for narrow and dark places to rest assured. So the narrow area of the net is mostly a sign of their uneasiness.

10. Bite the Feeder’s Hand: Hamsters that have not yet adapted to it will bite the hand that reaches into the feeding container, which is resistance due to fear. But habitual hamsters sometimes bite their owners’hands. This is because the owner’s hand has the taste of food, of course, also because of curiosity to bite the owner’s finger, so in any case, do not let them develop the habit of biting the finger.