My new baby! He is 8 weeks old, and I named him Gremlin but call him Grimm. I love him so much already. Nate got him for me as an early x-mas present. We were looking into getting one around then or later, but this little guy’s living conditions prompted us to rescue him and give him a better home. We are now on the lookout for his future companion, hopefully we find one soon. I have become a mama marsupial with him in my bonding pouch. He gets in the pouch on his own in the morning, and jumps back in his cage at night to go eat and play. I think he will be a sweetheart… I didn’t expect this much progress so fast.
Lion haired girl feat. munchkin marsupial
Here is an example of my rant last night. This person posted wanting ONE glider at the cheapest possible price.
I get not wanting to spend a ton of money but if you are on a breeders group then you are buying from a breeder which is more expensive than adopting.
And instead of people commenting with advice and correcting her thinking these breeders are trying to sell to her! I would never let her have any rescue I rehome.
I am hoping that people private messaged her…but who knows.
Sometimes I am way to Controlling for my own good.
I see how people treat gliders and it just makes me so sad. I just want to go and show people how I think it should be done. I know there are an infinite number of ways to take care of gliders, but when I see people with only one glider, people that are too wrapped up with their “next glider” rather than their current gliders, people that are feeding gliders their own diets..it just makes me uncomfortable. But I don’t want to be that person that is always overstepping the line.
The only sort of pictures you should be reblogging of Jennifer Lawrence
Keep bonding pouches hanging on the outside of the glider cage, unzipped, when not in use.
This is useful for two reasons:
1. If there is an emergency they are easy to get to and strangers can easily see how to get your gliders out safely.
2. If a glider gets loose. Having a familiar pouch available increases your chance to find them safely and quickly.
I personally keep three bonding pouches hanging on the outside of my Congo cage…Two of which are always unzipped. If a glider gets out, 99.99% of the time they are curled up in a pouch…they don’t really go anywhere else.
The way he was laying was just too precious! #sugarglider #exotic #cute #pet #bby
I am Froyoo~~~ #sugarglider #Pet #animal #Cute
Ahab kept staring at me from his cage like he needed something, so I took him out and he snuggled in my sleeve in the palm of my hand and gave nose kisses before become super interested in my eyelashes.
Man, suggies are great.
1: I’m guarding mommy’s boobs! No one touches dem!
2: Dat means YOU!
Pocky loves to hang out in my bra, but she’s always half hanging out so she doesn’t miss anything that happens in the world.
Hi! I’m new to sugar gliders so I’m going to answer your question as best as I can but I’m also going to tag a girl on here who helps me a lot.
I feed my sugar glider the Priscilla Price diet. (I think it’s also referred to as the pet glider diet.) It’s a mixture that you make and freeze so it’s simple and easy. If you google priscilla price diet, there will be a link that has information on it and a recipe. There are also other diets that are balanced and healthy for your sugar glider.
I’m not sure how many sugar gliders you have, but it’s important that they have at least one other glider with them. I rescued mine a few months ago and I’m actually in the process of finding him a friend.
But I’ll go ahead and wrap this up because I’m sure my friend will be asking you a bunch of questions and will direct you to the best information!
For diet information!