Subject: Re: Please do not put her to sleep!
Posted by Jessica and Toby and the new little girl on June 20, 2000 at 01:09:35 from

In Reply to: Re: Please do not put her to sleep! posted by Julie on June 19, 2000 at 23:43:00:

Well, I'm still very new, but I have to put my two cents in here. From what I understand, it's more a lack of protien that causes them to eat their young than anything els. I know that extra calcium is needed as with any animal or human, but the lack of protien can cause a Glider mother to die. They eat their young for protien, not just to kill babies. I know there are issues with the brisky's, not nesisarily bad from what I've heard, just most breeder/owners prefur not to feed it. I am Pro-Bourbon's Leadbeater's all the way. Before you give up on her, why don't you try Bourbon's Leadbeater's with extra protien? Or just add lots of extra protien to her diet while she's pregnant? Please don't put her to sleep. I see no reason to put a healthy animal to sleep. That's just not fare. These are your children. You love them for all thier short commings, and if you can't handle what you would as a parent put them up for adoption.

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