Here is information for the pricing of the hamster including all the stuff that the hamster will need. Initially, you will also need to purchase a cage ($40) and toys, such as a hamster wheel ($25). Large cages with tubes and tunnels often cost more and are harder to clean, so make your own obstacle course instead with old toilet-paper rolls. As for the actual hamster, he will usually only cost $15 to $20.
Nibbles mostly hangs on the top little den of the cage and that is where she stores all her food. Everytime we fill her bowl, she stores in it all in his mouth and storing it in his den. I think that she is saving it there for a midnight snack.
She seems to like other people more than others because he bites most people who touch him but there are those few people that he likes. Most people are afraid of nibbles and is afraid to touch her because they know that she can bite, I believe that is part of the reason that she bites them.