dd put George, our hamster, in his plastic ball and I told her I'd put him back in his cage after a bit. dd went out to camp in the garden and I completely forgot about poor george. Came in about 45 mins later and he was at the bottom of the stairs, still in his ball.
He seemed fine and was moving about normally (if a little nervously) in his cage when I put him back in.
Should i bring him to the vet?
mine did that when i was a teen.
once theball started bouncing and rolling he sort of, stuck to one side of with the momentum, iyswim, so wasnt really hurt, just a bit shocked, then carried on as normal after about 5 seconds!
Well, this morning he seemed ok but holding a front paw a little higher than the other. Maybe he's just trying to make me feel guilty cos he seems to be able to walk on it ok. His eyes sort of narrow when he looks at me so I reckon he's planning some sort of deadly revenge.
I shall keep an eye out for blueprints in his cage.