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Masters of MURDER!?

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Ok my friend has 1 dog,4 cats 3 adult 1 kitten,1 cockatoo,2 ratsys,5 mice and 3 hamsters 2 black bear and a dwarf (Rip dwarf)

She lets the ratsys out for their normal hour and a half "free time" and leaves the room to get the phone (she NEVER left the room during "free time before) and when she comes back the dwarf hamsters cage is open but the ratsys are on the bed 10 feet away and 3 feet off the ground exacly how she left them. She looks in the cage to see the hamster just laying there so she picks it up and.....it's dead! she inspects the ratsys and finds no blood on either ratsy so she looks back to her hamster and finds 4 puncture wounds....

WHAT might I ask do YOU think happend and why?
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OhBugger. said:
oh and btw, how does she manage to keep a pet bear?
Er... a 'black bear' is a kind of hamster. ;)

DonnaK said:
don't know about the door being open, but from what I've heard of hamsters I would wonder if it was one of the other hamsters that did it...
Eep. I really would hope that the OP's friend would have enough basic info about hamsters to know not to keep standards with dwarfs. :/

Sky - Is she sure they were puncture wounds? If the ham had been bitten and died because of that, you would expect a good bit of blood, you know? Only if the ham was bitten postmortem would they be dry wounds.
Forensic - I think you're right.
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