Subject: Re: Gliders at play?
Posted by T.J. on September 08, 1999 at 18:55:13 from

In Reply to: Gliders at play? posted by Andie on September 08, 1999 at 13:32:15:

I wish i could help, but unfortunatley i'm going through the same thing, I also have a male and female that sleep fine together during the day and then fight at night. My male is not neutered, so most of the people that i've talked to said that it was a sexual thing, they told me to go ahead and cage them together and keep a close eye on them, any sign of blood or injury of course seperate them. It is my understanding that gliders squabble quite alot no matter how long they've been together, but i am in know way knowledgable enough to tell you what you should do. When you introduced them did you take them to a neutral room or cage? I just built a new cage for mine, so i'm going to try that and see if it helps. they are very territorial and mine will not accept eachother in their cages.
I hope you get some answers! Good Luck! (T.J.)

: For those of you that have two or more do your gliders play with each other? What do they do. I have been trying (unsuccessfully) to get my two gliders togeather for the past 2 months. They sleep togeather, all day with no problems. But when they are awake, they go at each other, making horrible noises and I end up having to seperate them for the night. Has anyone had gliders that would not get along and were not able to live togeather? I am getting so frustrated and I do not know what else to do. Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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