I have heard a lot of people who have animals say that what really hurts them is the fear of losing them. The fear and anxiety of losing your pet is incredibly stressful and often causes the pet to be more fearful and anxious than they otherwise would be.
I know this sounds counterintuitive, but I totally get this! There are so many things in our lives that are causing us stress in some way. Some of them are the physical pain that we experience when our body hurts, like the pain of a broken bone, the pain of a broken heart, the pain of an amputation, and the pain of aging.
Stress doesn’t necessarily cause the animal to die. In fact, it often helps to ease the stress you feel and to stop the stressors. So for some animals, stress can be a very good thing, and for others, it can be a very bad thing.
In the case of the hamsters in Deathloop, we find out that their stress is causing them to die. Even if they don’t die, they may just have to spend a lot of time doing things that they hate, like digging in the dirt, digging a hole to hide from the Visionaries, and so on.
Stress is a major factor in the lives of all animals. It affects their hormones, their immune system, their physiology in general, and even their behavior. It’s one of those things that causes a lot of animals to die, even if they didn’t have stress, because they’re in a really bad situation. That doesn’t mean the stress is the cause of the death, though.
One of the most common ways that animals die is due to stress. It is something that most animals are exposed to in one form or another, and it often results in more death than other kinds of injuries (although there are other causes of death, too). In fact, stress is sometimes considered to be the cause of death in humans, although doctors don’t really think so.
I think your point about the stress is probably correct. If you want to create a stress-free atmosphere for a few hours-a-day, for example, you might want to add this to your posts.
If you have a pet hamster, you might want to try that. Most hamsters, including the ones in your backyard, are not really used to spending their days on the ground (or even in the sand). They do like to go up on the roof or the chimney of your house to get some fresh air, but without spending the entire day there, they will probably die of boredom.
While I don’t know why that would be so, it’s very likely that the stress caused by being on Deathloop will kill a hamster.
There are many hamsters that are extremely stressed out – one hamster is particularly stressed out by a house that has been built with the same type of structure and uses the same water to cool the house up. This is a very common occurrence in a trailer or trailer park, and can have an actual effect on a hamster’s home life.