I am a 21-year-old college student living in Lawrence, Kansas. I bought my babies, Taz and Xavier in March of 2009 when they were just wee little joeys. They were neutered before their oil gland developed so they aren't very stinky little guys. I can provide the name of my vet and get all of their medical paper work transferred over to whoever wants to house them.
I love them so very much and this decision is probably the hardest that I have made thus far in my adult life. I am a science student obtaining two undergraduate degrees as well as working 35+ hours a week this summer. I honestly do not have the time to give them the love and attention they deserve and I do not have the money to give them the proper diet. They are both healthy, friendly, and wonderful, though, Xavier has become kind of chubby in the last few weeks and it is starting to worry me. I feel as though the longer I hold on to them I am really doing them a disservice because of my lack of financial funds and time. I underestimated the amount of money and care it would take to keep them when they came into my life three years ago. It was an immature decision and I really hope that someone would be willing to help my babies out by giving them a new home.
I do not have any recent pictures, but I have a few that are a couple years old. They have a large aviary that can go with them as well as some toys, beddings, and all of the food bowls and water dispensers that I have.
My greatest fear is that I will let my babies go to a new home with hopes would have a "better" life to find out that I have given them to someone less equipped than myself. I want them to go to a home with other sugar gliders to hopefully give them a colony and a knowledgable, caring human with the time and money that I do not have. Any inquiries should email me pictures and/or some kind of proof to put my mind at ease that you're a serious sugar glider owner that is caring and worthy of my babies.