Bologna is a sausage that is sometimes phonetically spelled baloney, boloney, or polony, known in Europe as a Lyoner.
It is a sausage that comes from Mortadella.
Bologna is a finely ground pork sausage that contains cubes of lard, originally from the Italian city of Bologna.
In the USA it is required to be finely ground and without visible pieces of lard.
It can alternatively be made from turkey, chicken, beef, pork, venison, or soy protein.
So can hamsters eat bologna at all?
They can nibble a little bit of it.
However, it isn’t really a food that is good to be purposely be fed to hamsters as it has no nutritional value for them.
Also because of its fat content, it is not good for hamsters.