The link to the hamster newsgroup FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
is www.rodentrefuge.co.uk/hamsterfaq.html & any other relevant information
will be posted around the first day of each month - this posting being the first
& kept brief as possible, this time round! The new updated edition of the hamster
FAQ was set in motion by Robert Kaiser & materialized this year, 2002 & is hosted
& maintained by me, Wendy Wilde (Wendy UK) at www.rodentrefuge.co.uk.
We've had valuable contributions from fellow hamster newsgroup members, submitting
helpful advice & information. The hamster FAQ for this newsgroup offers practical
information, which could be very useful. I would welcome any comments on the
of the hamster FAQ & all contributions would be appreciated. If necessary, a mini
version of the monthly hamster FAQ posting will be released in the same month.
I've been deliberating over the idea of setting up a hamster mailing list but not
how to go about it, so if anybody has any input on this idea, please let me know!
hamsters can share their experiences & contribute information concerning these
delightful cuties! Advice & guidance to those who need it, is usually given by
members via the hamster newsgroup very quickly, but if your hamster is ill or
advice & support is all that you can expect from a newsgroup -- you must seek
from a vet!
In October 2002, I asked fellow APH members for information relating to
rescue, so that the information could be displayed at the hamster FAQ links page.
you who offered help & provided me with website addresses of worthwhile causes, I
you for taking the time out to do this! You can go straight to the FAQ links page
this link www.rodentrefuge.co.uk/aphlinks.html & view many links to animal
shelters that may
just have a hamster looking for a good home! If you know of a rescue, which would
in at the hamster FAQ links page, please email me with details and I will include
If I've left out something you expected to see or would like to see, please
contact me & I
will include it in the next hamster FAQ update. All ideas are very welcome!
I have noticed in the past couple of days that the hamster FAQ has been visited
quite a lot, I
hope that the FAQ has been helpful to you & you continue to support it! Please
hamster FAQ link address, where relevant. This newsgroups FAQ is for 'everybody'
interested in hamsters & the more people who help & support the hamster FAQ, will
more hamsters benefit from advice & information supplied here!
Netiquette; if you feel it is required to comment on Spam 'do not' quote the
original message in
full -- most Spam is removed by your ISP inside a few hours of posting,
duplicating the message
merely keeps it alive - avoid Spam altogether.
All the best and happy hamstering!
*Who is having connection problems..I apologise if this
posting displays funny, or more than once -- resent!*