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LucidDreams Posted - Jun 01 2023 : 05:15:58 PM
Dear Sugar Community,

first off all I want to mention that I dont know alot about sugar gliders, neither do I own some. I still love these cute creatures, so I wanted to get here and ask you guys with more knowledge.

So, I was scrolling through Instagram and of course I stumbled over another sugar glider page.. but these guys look either disabled, inbred or in a bad condition to me (one is ofc clearly overweight) but I never saw something like this..

Can someone please tell me whats going on with them? :(

Thanks in advance!
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SuggieSlave1991 Posted - Sep 11 2023 : 11:20:13 AM
The one is in a e jacket. It is used when a glider is hurt. But no this is definitely not ok. The owner could very well be inbreeding. But this definitely not a responsible owner at all