Ceramic hideouts come in many designs and are easier to clean compared to wood, cloth, cardboard(?!) or grass houses. They also last longer and are chew-proof.
Here are some great looking ceramic houses you can get. To see prices of items, click on the photos to go directly to their product page on eBay/Amazon. More hamster hideouts will be added periodically!
*Note: Most of these are suitable for dwarf hamsters only, please check the sizes before you buy!
This castle is great for a medieval theme or a spooky one for Halloween 😉
Ceramic ‘wood’ stump
Want a natural-looking cage but prefer chew-proof hideouts? This ‘wood’ stump might work
This pink mushroom hideout looks good in a girly or even fairy themed cages.
Dwarf hamsters don’t eat honey but nobody says they can’t go in a beehive!
Pears may be too sweet for Winter Whites, Campbells, or Chinese hamsters to eat but they can still live in one
Ceramic acorn hut
This is another hamster hideout that goes well in a nature/natural theme
Blueberry the Roborovski hamster likes to snuggle up in this one
I didn’t like the look of this one but it might go well with a spooky/monster theme
Which is your favorite ceramic hideout? Leave a comment below! 🙂