Anton Allen is going viral and making news all over the world because he loves pampering his pet hamsters Mr. Marshmallow and Mr. Licorice. He even cooks for them on a regular basis.
Anton says he began by doing taste tests to see what they liked. Mr Marshmallow apparently tried watermelon and loved it. Then he started making spaghetti for him and he loved that too. Now the pair is up to eating hamster friendly cheesecake and apple pie.
He says Mr Licorice isn’t really buying into the whole people food thing yet but he did “try some pancakes for pancake day and he really enjoyed them”.
You know you want to meet these two and their daddy. And you also know you want to see them eating spaghetti . Who wouldn’t. Get more pics and details from GlasgowLive right here.
North Carolina City Is Ranked As One Of The Most Pet Friendly
It’s no secret we love our pets! They are family! In fact, did you know that there are over 90 million households with pets in the US? That’s a lot of pets and families who want them to live long, happy, and healthy lives. Can where you reside impact that? It just might! A recent study conducted by Wallet Hub ranked one North Carolina city as one of the most pet friendly. Think you know which one it is? I’ll give you a hint it has a vet school which probably contributed to such a high ranking on this list.
In 2021, pet ownership cost Americans $123.6 billion, according to the American Pet Products Association. Expenses add up fast between food, vet care, grooming, toys, boarding etc. Though if you love your pets the way I do there is no amount of money you wouldn’t spend on them.
With animal parents in mind, WalletHub compared the pet-friendliness of the 100 largest U.S. cities across 23 key metrics. Their data set ranges from minimum pet-care provider rate per visit to pet businesses per capita to walkability. Keep reading to see which North Carolina city ranked as one of the most pet friendly. You’ll see the top 20 and then below that where there the other three NC cities included are ranked. You can read WalletHub’s full study here.