Building a HAMSTER MANSION!


(dramatic music) – This is the current cage, that comes up. We have this tunnel that goes on the side that comes up and over and then Peachy likes to live inside here. But today, we’ve got a mega challenge. – Another mega challenge. Like last one was mega. – This one’s going to be bigger. We went online and we got
a ton of hamster tunnels. We want to see if we
can build a tunnel that goes all the way from
here, all the way down around upstairs and may up
in that bedroom up there. And the good thing is
we bought a second cage. A second home, so the hamster,
wherever as far as we get, we’ll put the second home
there and Peachy the hamster will have two places it can live. (dramatic music) (popping and shouting) This is all that we bought right here. This is about $400 worth of tunnels. There’s lots of them in there. Let’s just build the
tunnel straight for now and then we’ll get moving. Look at all those. – [Lincoln] This is awesome. (upbeat music) – [Dad] That’s a lot of tunnels. Let’s start building. – [Lincoln] Alright. – [Dad] What’s going on is the hamster is up in this right now. – [Lincoln] Asleep. – [Dad] It’s not asleep,
it’s just kind of tired. (lullaby music) We’re going to undo the cage,
and put some paper towels in the tunnel. And we want to move this
cage over to the corner and try to go up stairs, up
the stairs and everything. Okay, that will stop it for now. By the time it starts chewing on that, if it does try to get out,
we’ll here it and we’ll get it. (upbeat music) it’s taller than you. – And look how many more we have. – The first bit is done. – Good job Easton and Sam. So it goes over and it comes here. – [Sam] Oh yes, this will be perfect. (upbeat music) – [Dad] We still got a lot
of options to choose from. – [Lincoln] I know. – [Dad] I think we’re going to make it, I think were going to do it. – I know me too. I’ll go grab some more green ones. – [Dad] Look at that, you
guys got a lot of them right in there. Why are there so many little ones? – Because it’s hard to
get one of the big ones. – [Dad] So this is like Lego’s basically. – It’s basically Lego’s. – [Dad] You guys are engineers. (upbeat music) We’re running low guys,
are you sure we have enough to go over the doorway? – [Sam] Uh, it will probably be awesome. – The stairs are super tricky. We made the first one,
but there just so hard to find the correct pieces for it. So we just working on kind
of making this work I guess. So we have thought about it. We think that it would be
awesome if it came up over here and then it went up the
doorway, like up here. On top and back down, and then
the cage would be right here. (upbeat music) – Ta da. – Yeah. So everything is completely done. We just have to duct tape now. This is where we’re going to stop building so we can build a cage now. Yeah, this is awesome. And by the way, this is Sam. – Guten tag. (laughing) – And this is Easton. – Hi. – Okay, we are done with the duct tape. Do you want to see this
amazing work that we’ve done? Come on up. Duct tape. Duct tape. Duct tape. Duct tape right here, then right here. We deserve a break. Well a cookie break. ♪ I really want a cookie ♪ ♪ Better grab me a couple ♪ – [Dad] We’re trying to
get Peachy out of there. – [Lincoln] Get an almond. – [Dad] Come on out Peachy. Come on out, it’s safe out here. – [Loncoln] If you come
out, I will give it to you. – Come on it’s going to be happy out here. We got a new home for you. So here’s what we want to do. We have the cage that we want to build but Easton has to leave
and we want to test it out. What we’re thinking of
doing is connecting this old tunnel with the running
ball on to the end of it at the top. And then to see, this is the
first time I’m seeing this. I was in the other room. This is the end? Look at the tunnel it goes
all the way around like this. Oh there it is. I’m sure it smells that it’s different. – [Lincoln] It’s going. – [Dad] Hey buddy. – [Lincoln] That’s not
smart, that’s not the way. – Why are you going in reverse? Don’t go in reverse. Okay here’s the plan. We’re going to dump out everything that’s in his home right here. – [Lincoln] And Peachy so be careful. – And Peachy’s in here, just
because she doesn’t want to go in the tunnel. – [Lincoln] Dad. – I just dumped it all over. – [Lincoln] Dad. She’s in there. – She ran into the house. Okay, now we wait. It’s in it’s home right now. We just need to wait for it to find out what’s going on and for it to get curious and go through the tunnels. The next thing you see will be the hamster going through it’s tunnel hopefully. Welcome to your new home. Why don’t you go explore
in our giant tunnel. You’re going to love it buddy. You’re going to love it, I promise. Unless we didn’t build it well
and it falls from 10 feet. Okay, go figure it out. Sometimes it gets really
mad whenever we dump out all of the stuffing that’s
inside of it’s running ball because that’s kind of its home it’s made. It’s like oh no. So I think that’s what
it’s doing right now. See, it’s filling its cheeks up. It’s like, – [Hamster Voice] I know this
stuff does not belong in here. I’m going to fill up my cheeks with it and then I’m going to go
run back up the tunnel, – but that’s when we trick
him and he’s going to realize the tunnel is different
than it was before. Okay, it’s got almonds in it’s mouth. We took the roof off. Try to put it in the hole Lincoln. Oh, here we go. Oh no, tell her to go up. (dramatic music) She’s going, I hope she doesn’t fall. It’s really tall. Look at her go. No go back up, don’t let it out. Put your hand in put your hand in. Your going to like your new home. Maybe grab it and go put it in the top. – See how much it’s been pushing, right when I let go she just rockets back. – Okay, this is the beginning. She’s going. – [Boys] Go go go go. – [Dad] It’s opened right here. Come on guys. She’s not going to trust it now, you just pinched her face off. ♪ I’m going home ♪ ♪ To the place where I belong ♪ – Will she ever do it? – [Dad] I hope so. – [Lincoln] We don’t know though yet. – [Sam] Crossing our fingers. – [Dad] And 20 minutes later, it is still just running in the ball. Lincoln doesn’t your
hamster listen to you? Can you tell it to go through the tunnels? Go through the tunnel its safe. – [Offscreen Voice] One eternity later. – [Dad And Lincoln] There it goes. – [Dad] Here it goes for the first time. (dramatic music) It’s going. – [Lincoln] Here it goes. – [Dad] Oh yeah, this is happening. Can it make it all the way? Will it fall? It made it up that long one right there. – Go go go go. – [Dad] Don’t stop now. Come on. There it goes. (dramatic music) (crickets chirping) It’s stuck. – [Lincoln] It’s not stuck. – [Dad] It’s happening
Lincoln, it’s happening. Are you proud that it made it this far? – I’m proud it made it this far. It’s going. (dramatic music) – Why does he keep stopping? It stops to look out the window. You like that window there yeah? – [Hamster Voice] It’s a nice window. – [Dad] Okay, backs out. Is he going to go up or backwards. It’s kind of like a one way thing, once it gets started. To go all the way back backwards. It’s looking out the other window. I’m glad you guys put the windows in. (dramatic music) – [Hamster Voice] I look out the window. – [Dad] He’s always got
to enjoy the view right? I feel like it’s just
looking for any exit. Like a way to get out. Okay, go back down. Hi, oh okay, nope. Okay this is the big one. Can it make it all the way around that? Oh no, don’t go backwards. (melancholy music) – [Lincoln] We were so close. – [Dad] It’s going backwards. No no. Oh, it went down so fast. What are you thinking, go back up. Finish the job. Are you kidding me? He just slides down it. What the heck? I want to see it go down the big long one. – Oh yeah. – [Dad] Do you think it
can even make it up that? – Oh yeah. – How did it turn around? Right there it turned around. It did, it turned around
in that thing right there on the stair. Guys, I don’t know if
this is going to happen. I feel like it can make it because we left for a couple of hours and
we came back and it was in the cage. We literally just walked
in right when it was there. – [Lincoln] So we know that it can. – It has to be able to do it, but it decided to give up right there. Let’s see how it makes it down this. Are you happy with yourself? You’re a complete failure. Failure. – [Lincoln] He is? – [Dad] Yes, he didn’t do it. He didn’t make it all the way there. Oh boy, what’s wrong with you little guy. You need a drink after that? Why don’t you get yourself a drink. Okay I’ve been waiting
another couple of hours. Everybody’s asleep expect
for me and Lincoln. We’ve just been waiting and looking at it. As soon as I turn on the
camera, and starts talking it goes backwards. (melancholy music) Here it goes, it gave up and
now is going backwards again. – It is going backwards. – He can’t make up his mind. What the heck. What the heck is wrong
with you little guy? I don’t know how much
of this we’re going to put in the video. This might be the longest hamster video in the history of YouTube. Hi, we need to make
something in the middle. Some stop stations for
it, so that it can stop and relax. – [Lincoln] We should
get three stop stations and more hamster tunnels so
he can make it to my room. – [Dad] Monster hamster tunnel part three, part two I guess is coming
sometimes soon, stay tuned.

100 thoughts on “Building a HAMSTER MANSION!

  1. Rodents learn new paths by scent mark them as they go along. Also Peachy instinct is to defend it's nest so it will return to it often. Peachy is perfectly capable of trans-versing that tunnel and distance many times over but don't be surprised if Peachy once it explores the route sticks close to it's nest. -Go team Peachy.

  2. I wish that somebody would go into the house, talk to these horrible people about how much danger they are putting this hamster in, take the hamster away, and donate them to another family that actually does their research about hamsters.

  3. HAMSTERS AREN’T TOYS THEY ARE A LITTLE FRAGILE ANIMAL AND TUBES ARE NOT SAFE LIKE THAT THE HAMSTER CAN END UP HAVING BREATHING PROBLEMS

  4. I can't find tubing like that in Tokyo – wonder if I can by and have mailed to Tokyo? thanks – cliffatcliffworks.net

  5. for all you critics I am pretty sure the owners won't let the hamsters live and run around freely in the tubing , as you point out that wouldn't healthy, but a shorter safer tunnel course might be fun for the hamsters dontcha think?

  6. FAILURE?! your so mean to your hammy and you should take care of it, YOU DON'T DESERVE THIS HAMSTER! PEACHY CAN DO BETTER?! you are forcing this hamster to literally walk around in a tunnel for such a long time, your probably just using this poor hamster for views and money…

  7. Like this is mean but like why is everyone so pissed about a h a m s t e r. I’ve seen too many people complaining about them calling the hamster an “it”. Everything else is understandable, but you’re all worried about them not calling a hamster their correct gender? Lmao I swear people are snowflakes. #trump2020 #makeamericagreatagain

  8. First home and second home together aren’t large enough for a Syrian hamster for a Syrian they should have around 600+ square inches unbroken floor space (450 absolute minimum but that’s still not very much) and 5 inches of bedding. Cute idea but not great base homes for the hamster especially since there was no where near enough bedding would be better off just buying a bin and making a bin cage. Your audience is kids that will watch this and think it’s ok to have tiny cages ?

  9. You guys should make more hamster videos!! But research more about hamster care

  10. I’m not a hamster expert but it might have wanted water and food that’s a long way to go without water and food and after words you calling her it and. Failure plus your treating it like a toy not a pet it can also fall down the long up part and get hurt

  11. You ruined a hamsters nest and then LAUGHED?! OMG THATS MESSED UP!smh as well as this feeding a hamster almonds can poison them?

  12. I’m just letting you know now: not everything marketed towards hamsters is safe for them. This goes with any animal. Those tubes are way too small for any hamster. They’re just sold for profit to kids as a toy. They are bad anyway, but if you make them that long there will be no air flow whatsoever. Hamsters are not meant to climb 6-7 feet up vertically. Also, you shouldn’t feed them almonds unless they are sweet almonds, bitter ones contain a cyanide compound that can kill hamsters. These are animals, not toys. You cannot just wake them up and dump them out of their burrow while they are sleeping. This is why I’m a firm believer in the fact that hamsters should not belong to young children unless they know what hamsters need, which most children don’t. There’s so many products in pet stores marketed towards these animals as toys. If people don’t do their research and keep assuming that hamsters don’t need proper care because they are small and cheap animals, then they should not own one. This was a waste of money on your behalf, and you should have never owned a hamster if this is how you treat them.

  13. If these poorly ventilated vertical climbs were imposed onto a child, the video would get taken down for sure.

  14. More like how to torture your hamster.. 🙁 poor peachy ?This is unacceptable…. I’m 11 and have a hamster who HAS a BIG cage and is very happy living her life. You guys should have done research… All you were doing was forcing your hamster to do something they didn’t want to do. Oh and dumping Peachys nest…. #evil. Listen to your fans and just people in general cause this is NOT ok…. the real failure is NOT the hamster it’s you guys for torturing your hamster..

  15. 4:38 oh just cause it doesn’t want to go to the tunnel

    First off,
    Give the hamster time to adapt to it

    Second the Tunnels are too high it would of been better if you used the stairs

    Also you need a bigger cage

  16. THIS IS TERRIBLE THE CAGE IS SMALL YOU DUMP OUT ITS HOME WITH HER IN IT YOU DONT DESERVE A HAMSTER

  17. Please get your hamster a cage with a minimum of 450 square inches of floor space.
    Please don’t force your hamster to stay in the tub if he/she doesn’t want to.
    Please don’t call him a failure because he didn’t want to do something.
    and please do RESEARCH. it would help ALOT.

  18. I like watching this chanal but calling him a failure and forcing him to go up tubes which are way to small for Syrians hamsters (teddy bear hamsters) and the height of the tubes if he slipped could brake some of his bones or even worse kill him and the cage was to small for him and it was like the hamster was just a toy

    Im sorry for complaining about it but Just pleas have more respect for the hamster

  19. you should not wake a hamster up and put them right into the trail it causes stress and if a hamster gets stressed it will feel unsafe and the more it stress's the shorter the life span

  20. I just need to say that u r horrible hamster owners that cage is to small she does not want to go through the tubes and u r making her and u call her it she is not a toy she is a living ANIMAL

  21. So many things have made me so mad in this video… Hamsters need at least 450 sq. inches of unbroken floorspace. Those tubes are wayyyyy tooooooo small for Peachy. Calling your hamster 'it' makes me so mad. She has a right to be treated properly. Peachy also needs time to breath within the tubes – she's not looking out the window, she's gasping for air.

    You're treating your hamster like a toy not a pet that has rights. If you want a pet and you want to treat your pet well, then do your research. It makes me so mad that people think that these things are ok for hamsters. Clearly you have enough money to spend on a load of junk, so then you have enough money to buy a decently sized cage. IKEA Detolfs are amazing and offer over 900 sq. inches of floor space or even a bin cage which is super affordable.

    Calling your hamster a failure, YOU are the failure. Your failing at owning a hamster. I don't like writing hate comments but if you are not willing to take the correct actions in owning a hamster, then you are going to give the wrong idea of how to care for a hamster to all of your subscribers. If you don't agree with me, don't bother writing in the comments – I don't care.

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