No, hamsters shouldn’t eat fruit loops, as they’re too sugary and don’t provide any nutritional value to your pet hamster.
They’re also acidic, fatty, and contain water content, which will make your hamster become bloated, which can lead to various complications.
This is because although fruit loops are mostly sugar, they also contain some essential nutrients for hamsters.
However, the amount of these nutrients are negligible compared to the high amount of sugar that fruit loops have.
What to feed my pet hamster as a treat instead of fruit loops?
Instead of feeding your pet fruit loops (which is bad for them), you should instead feed it unsweetened, uncolored cereals.
For example, cheerios are healthy for hamsters to eat. They’re crunchy and contain carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and manganese.
They also contain RDA for vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and vitamin B6.
Please note that cheerios are not a balanced diet for hamsters. However, it is better than giving them fruit loops.
You can also feed your hamster unseasoned baby cereal.
Hamsters should also be fed fresh fruits and vegetables, as anything high in sugar isn’t good for them.