Hello! Welcome to the Forum!
I really admire your willingness to rescue gliders from a bad situation! I hope that I will be able tp give you some help! If you have any specific questions, please do not hessitate to ask.
Deturmining the gender of gliders is fairly easy if you can get a look at their bellies. Intact males will have the round pom there and a bald spit on the top of their heads. Females have a long slit that is their pouch. Nuetered males will have nothing on their underbellies.
The first thing to do is to get all of the gliders into a vet to have a check up. They should have fecals done to make sure tbat tbey do not have parasites or othee illnesses. The vet would also be able to tell you the genders of the gliders. If you end up having unneutered males, they should be seperated from the females to prevent unwanted pregnancies and inbreeding and they should be neutered as soon as possible.
After that you can start bonding. Are you going to keep all nine or are you looking to rehome someof them?
What diet are you feeding them?
What wheel do you have?
A quick note about the ferret nation cage. The bar spacing on it is too large and the gliders will be able to escape. The critter nation is much better for gliders and has 1/2 inch bar spacing. #128522;
I'm sorry for all of the questions, but the more info I have, the better i will be able to help! #128522; i hope that I do not cone across as judgemental, it is not my intention at all! I love gliders and new glider owners. #129303;