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rinna 7899 Posted - Nov 09 2017 : 06:21:22 PM
I'm moving soon and my new roommate will have a cat. The house will not have an extra room with a closed door for me to put the gliders in to keep separate from the cat. The cage I have is off the ground, so I don't think the cat will be able to reach the gliders, the cage stands about 2 feet off the ground. I was just wondering if anyone has a similar set up and if it works for you. Below is a link to the cage. Thank you
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MSSHA Posted - Nov 15 2017 : 11:58:21 AM
We have three cats ourselves but they have never tried anything with the suggies. Even when we lost the suggies once and found them safe and sound the next morning with three playful cats in the house. When we first got our suggies though, we were a bit concerned, but they basically ignore each other. Once we had the suggies and a cat in the same room, ready to intervene if anything happened and even when the sugar glider jumped all over the room, the cat watched it for a few minutes before completely ignoring it! Maybe our cats are just lazy (although they chase frogs and insects) but we haven't had a problem so far.