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By  silent_bride  |  5

Why... WHY would you put something with wet superglue in a cage with a living creature? Especially something essential to its survival? I hope the poor thing is okay - you should know better.

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  kakarot2  |  11

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  Goose005  |  0

55 - The bottle most likely isn't pressurized. Most use gravity and a tiny bearing that the hamster pushes in to drink. Poking a hole really wouldn't make a difference. God I love rocket science

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  MsBHaven  |  8

As much as Im a bonafide animal lover.. the image those simple sentences invoked had me spitting my cereal across the room! ...If i hadn't almost choked to death I definitely wouldn't have been able to fight off a giggle! :S

By  silent_bride  |  5

Why... WHY would you put something with wet superglue in a cage with a living creature? Especially something essential to its survival? I hope the poor thing is okay - you should know better.

By  newbiehere99  |  6

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  newbiehere99  |  6

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  alliewillie  |  22

Scary thing is she raised (at least one) child with this kind of common sense. Did you use to superglue your kid's sippy cup to his fingers so he wouldn't drop it?

By  teague95  |  16

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  brewmasterg  |  32

It'll make the poor animal either die of the fumes or trip balls. A haircut is a safer option here, seeing the damage they've already caused. Even if you thought it was okay to put superglue in there, WHY would you leave the animal in there until it dried? Surely you know how easy it is to glue your fingers together- and if it's caused damage to the installation before; why would you expect its behavior to change when you glued it? Idiot.

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  Error504  |  6

And have you considered it not being glued to the rodent's fur, but its hairless pieces of its body? No hair cutter can break it free if the problem is THAT.

By  Herculesninja27  |  5

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  DracoSpirita  |  21

16 - Or her daughter. "Today, I came home from school to find my hamster super-glued to the side of his cage. I found out that my mother, in a moment of great stupidity, thought that gluing the hamster's water bottle to the side of the cage while he was still in there was a good idea. I can't get him unstuck. FML."

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