Vectis Hamstery and Exotics

Exhibitor and Breeder of Chinese Hamsters, Syrian Hamsters and Duprasi

Rescue Hamsters

Cats and dogs aren't the only animals who end up in rescues; hamsters and other small furries also find themselves in need of a new home. Vectis takes in occasional rescue hamsters and where possible rehabilitates and rehomes them. Hamsters stay as permanent 'Sanctuary Residents' if no new home is found or if there are health/temperament problems that make them unsuitable for rehoming. Vectis doesn't breed from these rescue hamsters. St Francis Animal Welfare and Crittery are local animal rescues that accept small furries. 

Available for Rehoming

None currently

Sanctuary Residents

Ophelia


Species: Russian hybrid hamster

Arrived: 11th November 2016

Born: July 2016

Story: Ophelia's previous owner found they no longer had enough time to look after her, and wanted her to have a home where she would be handled more. She was found to be diabetic and have other health problems. She was therefore not suitable to be rehomed.