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Save Hammy from the marauding snakes in this fun word puzzler! Make words to damage the snakes before they reach the fat, tasty Hamster. Have fun!
Do you like hamsters, and do you also like to play fun browser games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Snakes 'n' Letters game online.
Use your mouse to play this game. Click the letters to make words of 3 to 8 letters, then press the submit button. If you make a mistake, click a letter again to remove it, or click 'clear' to reset the word. Fill the complete-o-meter to end the day! Longer words and using green letters will increase the multiplier for maximum points! A * can be used in place of any letter.
It can be tempting to acquire a hamster on impulse. After all, these little guys are the picture of cuteness: small, round, furry, and inquisitive. A great starter pet, right? Not at all! Here are some important questions to consider before you dive headlong into a relationship. What type of schedule do you keep? Hamsters are nocturnal, which means they will be most active at night. Do you have children? Because of their small size, hamsters are often purchased as pets for children who want to play with them during the day. However, just when it's time for your child to go to sleep, it's time for a hamster to wake up. Are you pregnant? Do you have a weakened immune system? Hamsters can carry salmonella, an intestinal bacteria that causes short but intense bouts of sickness in healthy adults. Do you have time for a hamster? Hamsters are fairly independent and can entertain themselves for extended periods of time, provided their housing is properly enriched with toys, bedding, and opportunities for burrowing and climbing. Are you ready for the commitment? The average lifespan for a hamster is 2.5 to 3 years, with slight variations among species. If you can't make a long commitment to a pet, this characteristic may be appealing. But if you have young children and aren't prepared for them to experience the death of a pet, you may prefer a longer-lived animal.