PETER PIPER, Pa.
— There is nothing quite like the sound of a hammer coming down on a wooden spoon.
So, when the little critter bites a nail, it is often a little upset.
But for those of us who love our stumpy feet, the nail may be a bit of a problem.
And that’s exactly what happened to a little hamster that was found dead in a Philadelphia area garage last month.
The hamster’s death sparked a national outcry and spurred police to investigate.
They say the animal was a hamster, not a dog.
The Philadelphia Police Department said it had a “no-knock warrant” to look for the owner of the hamster and was told that a warrant was in the mail.
They have since released a statement saying they do not believe the animal had a dog in it.
But now, they say they are not ruling out the possibility that the hamsters death was a case of domestic violence.
The family of the Hamster found dead says they were told the hammer was a dog, not an animal.
The dog had been injured, but the ham.
owner says she never expected the dog to bite, and says she thought it was an innocent, cute little thing.
But police are saying they have a strong case that the animal belonged to a woman.
Police say the dog was bitten by a hammer, and police said they found a nail in the ham’s mouth.
They are now asking anyone with information to contact police.