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aaaaanndddd done!! (actually more like 99%) need just a little more zip ties… and change of my plans, getting the sugar glider tonight 8D #sg #sugarglider #sugar #glider #pvc #cage #pvccage
Look into her eyes 👀 #lunarthesugar #sugarglider #photooftheday #pet #pets #exoticpet #exoticpets #sugargliderlover #sugargliderlovers #marsupial #cute #animal #adorable #petstagram #instapet #glidercam #instaglider #gliderstagram (at nice to see you 😊)
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Ahhhh!! Way too cute!
She is too cute sitting in her favorite spot #sugargliders #Eevee
Charlie and her bunny! She loves this little bunny she holds it while she sleeping.
I feel like whether or not we should domesticate other animals is a matter based on personal opinions. Dogs, cats, and other animals have since been domesticated by people, and we are truly better for it whether people want to acknowledge that or not. You can’t simply decide that we should undomesticate these animals — you literally want to undo thousands upon thousands of years of evolution. Not to mention the damage they could potentially hold to our ecosystems.
Honestly, I don’t see the harm in domesticating other animals either. Whether people want exotics as companions, or to learn about them, I don’t think someone else whose opinion is the opposite should be able to take that right away from them. As long as the person in question has the ability to care for the animal, and provide it with a healthy, nurturing environment, why can’t they own a particular animal? There are animals that may be dangerous in adulthood, but I believe that if someone realizes this, fully understands this, and is willing to respect the animal’s space and know how to read its body language, they should be able to own those animals.
Not only that, but private ownership of animals and sharing knowledge of those animals helps further research.
So, in my personal opinion, I don’t see anything wrong with the domestication of exotics or the private ownership of them. We did the same thing with dogs, cats, and many other animals in the past, and there is nothing wrong with doing it now.
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so i got that new sugar glider (lizzie) two days ago and her and amelia didn’t get along at all and amelia has just been a bully to her but today i came home from school and theyre both snuggled up together in a pouch asleep so i guess theyre friends now! :)
Be sure to watch them. Sugar gliders are supposed to go through a month long introduction process and quarantine before living in the same cage…which is why they were fighting.
Hahahaha so Jude and earnest
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Morning cuddles with Gir. #sugarbear #sugarglider #suggie #cute #startingmorningsoffright