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Feb 14, 2008 | 2:29 PM EST
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UPDATE: Thanks powers that be for putting Hamster Lovin' on the front page. And thank you everyone who wrote us such great reviews and 5'ed this movie.

Bob the Cat tries to nap but is repeatedly interrupted by an overly affection and misguided hamster.

I made this cartoon as part of a school assignment. My last two assignments (Rainy Day and Silent Film:Holes) were silent films involving animating simple shapes as attempts to get expression through posture and gesture alone. This last assignment was an attempt to bring what I learned about expression into a cartoon with more physically complicated characters. I still deprived myself the use of dialogue...mostly. This time around I had a lot of help from co-animator John Mazz. Without him, it would've just been a square Bob the Cat and a triangle Hamster.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


aawww cute hamster i love this cartoon


Rated 5 / 5 stars

cute hamster

that was funny and cute i must say great series of hamster lovin but in the end it was really makes me laugh especially the voice of the hamster.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

pretty awesome

it was pretty good, except the endng, the talking tweaked it a little, especially the deep voiced hamster, but then again +1 for randomness, the toon was pretty cute tho, in a twisted sort of way

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Oh MY GOOOD! Now im having nightmares about zombie-hamsters....aaaaaah!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is a very funny, Tom and Jerry like, flash. However, I like how you reversed the roles, so the cat was just being annoyed by the rodent/hamster.

Overall, it has a lot of potential, but it isn't quite there. It was lacking a giant dog (or panda, just to break the stereotype). =D

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