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Hamster Pretends to Get Shot & Die. 😰

This is so cute and amazing!!!
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I know, who knew hamster could act?!
@danidee I was impressed with the dramatic slumping over after the shot the hamster did. academy award for this guy!
Omg, if I didn't know that was fake, I would've been screaming at my screen. THAT LOOKED TOO REAL.
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