The Inwood Hamster Lady
I fell into the whole hamster thing by accident when I found Wilhelm hamster crossing Broadway one night in 2004. He was my first hamster ever—and since I found him, I’ve been learning constantly. I don’t have all the answers, but I do treat the animals well and take them to the vet when needed. I’ve even been sought out on Craig’s List as “the Inwood hamster lady.” Oh boy.
I’m just a 29 year old gal living in Manhattan. I have a day job in addition to caring for all the hammies at the New York Hamster House. I haven’t yet had any hamsters get pregnant, which I consider a major feat seeing as I’ve taken care of over three hundred and fifty hamsters at this point. If you’d like to know about the non-hamster part of me go here. If you’d like to help with the Hamster House, click on the donation link at the bottom of each page to make a gift of money, supplies, or other help.
Thanks, and enjoy the site!
Services Offered at the New York Hamster House
Here you can find a list of the services we currently offer at the NYHH. If you have any questions please contact us.
If you would like to adopt a hamster from the NYHH, please find our adoption form on the adopt-a-hammie page.
If you have a hamster who needs a home, please contact us. Give as much information as possible—why you can no longer care for your pet, its gender and age, health history, breed, etc.
When away, you can always board your hamster with the NYHH. Bring the hamster in his or her cage, and we’ll do the rest: bedding, cleaning, food/water, playtime
The New York Hamster House: “Because every hamster deserves a happy home.”