Set 2 is not yet neutered, he has a vet appointment next Friday though.
I kind of thought it was a weird idea to think that they wouldn't breed. But I just needed to ask.
I do it once a month usually. To allow them to get a good scent on the pouch. Whenever I swap the pouches they happily climb into the pouch from the other gliders, and generally prefer to sleep in that pouch after the swapping.
And they bark to each other ALL NIGHT LOL
I started out with the male joey which I was given as a present from my SO, he got him from Flordia.
and I have ended up being given two different sets of twin females that were rejected, which i hand raised <3
and I got them from a friend in peachtree city GA.
They still spend 90% of my day with me if I am honest. they are very bonded to me.
I guess this does not mean they ARE NOT related? But I do not want them to breed, regardless.
I hand raised two sets of joeys, and that was two too many.
There's a reason my males are neutered haha
My mother and I have actually discussed making a 'sugar glider habitat', out of our spare bedroom.
I am very glad I asked about the cage size!
I forgot to mention that I will let my gliders run around my bedroom in the evening while I am studying. I sit in the floor on some fleece blankets, and they run all over me.
I was also wondering.... if i were to make some pouches and hammocks, and braided ropes and decorate my room like a huge cage (I have several extra wodent wheels which I have considered affixing to the walls-- would they run on them? )
Would they play in the room like a cage?
I love my gliders, and watching them makes me happy.
(the male in the trio is neutered! I forgot to mention that!
They are just kind of bullies when it comes to food, so i do not want to introduce them to the joeys which are incredibly docile. )
thank you so much everyone!