View Full Version : Few Pictures of Gliders
07-10-2007, 12:07 PM
Sugar gliders. I have 2 females and a male. The male is still new to us. Havnt had him that long.
First their Cage 3X3X6
The Boy (Aries) (White Face Blonde)
His Twin Sister (One of the best looking Moasic Ive ever seen)
Now The Girls (Misty, Ellie)
She looks dead but shes really just sleeping :)
If you want more just tell me. I have 100's
07-10-2007, 12:11 PM
They are awesome creatures. I would love to have a couple of them but I don't think the cat would play nice with them. Maybe I'll eventually get a couple when I have more time and space.
Is that one naturally that light colored? I've never seen one so pale.
07-10-2007, 12:19 PM
Yes it is, just like geckos there are a ton of color morphs. White Face Blonde is a morph. (leuclestic, moasic, lion, cin, buttercream, albino, platinum, ect ect ...). She is a moasic. In the dog world thats a "Mut". They are VERY expensive and very rare to get.
07-10-2007, 12:43 PM
Interesting. I had no idea. I just like the plain black and white ones. I'd be fine with a just a normal one. I'll have to look those up just to see what there is out there.
07-10-2007, 12:50 PM
WFB : 400
Mosaic: 800-4,000 (depends on color and sterility)
Those are the top 4 sellers
Beautiful little buggers!! I had one a long time ago that threw it's substrate at my dog then run around the enclosure then throw some more. She was a sweetheart and I still miss her.
I also had no idea about the morphs, that's awesome.
08-02-2007, 04:41 PM
08-02-2007, 04:47 PM
Awww cute little critters
08-03-2007, 07:18 AM
Great. Just great. Now I have to go out and buy one becausssse... Oh my god! That is the cutest thing I think I have ever seen. I want one (whine)
What is the care like? Are they hard to take care of?
08-03-2007, 11:10 AM
Nah they are very easy to take care of. I am pretty good with them as in for care. They need a large cage and like 2-3 hours out of the cage to run and play. I feed mine a special diet and if you want info on that you can PM me (Its a proven diet). They do take a little while to adjust to you and their surroundings and can be kinda skiddish for a little bit. They are really easy to feed but are not a pet to just sit in your lap when they are up and moving. They are noctorunal too and mine get up around 9:30. Overall I love them. They sleep in my pockets and hoodies. I have tons and tons of resources when it comes to Gliders so PM me if you want more info :)
I have spent a TON of time getting these to trust me. They have gotten to the point that whenever I come to the cage they come to the door to "see me" and when they are scared they run up to me and hide in my shirt/sweatshirt. Temperature for them is just room temp. They are a marsupial also. I am eventually going to breed these too :) Prob next year
08-03-2007, 11:50 AM
Well everyone at my house (geckos, cats and boyfriend) are all nocturnal so adding to that aspect doesn't bug me but Im not so sure cats and gliders would be a good mix. When I buy a house, it's going to have to be a 6 bedroom. One for me and the BF, one for the cats, one for the geckos, one guest, one for gliders and one for the dog LOLOL Maybe I should just open a zoo and charge admission LOLOLOL:) Gliders are so cute. Just what I need another cute fuzzy mouth to feed:)
08-03-2007, 12:06 PM
Yeah, my gliders have their own room :) I dont have cats and wont have them because of the gliders. I am waiting on two purebread siberian huskies to be born though but they have an acre of land to run on so :)
08-03-2007, 08:26 PM
My g/f saw the pics of your gliders thought they are very adorable and she would like to get one.
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