Enriching the Life of Your Glider
All captive animals require toys to provide entertainment in the cage, especially when left alone for extended periods. It is imperative for mental and physical health to have an array of stimulating toys available at all times.
Sugar Glider 2
The common name refers to its preference for sugary nectarous foods and ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel. Due to convergent evolution, they have very similar appearance and habits to the flying squirrel, but are not closely related. The scientific name, Petaurus breviceps, translates from Latin as "short-headed rope-dancer", a reference to their canopy acrobatics.
Sugar Glider Sketch Dump by kokamo77 on DeviantArt
Eh, I am just experimenting. I don't think these actually look like sugar gliders, but at least they are sorta cute. It's like 11:00 (which is... Sugar Glider Sketch Dump
Rat Cage Accessory Roundup #4
Hello! This post outlines five accessory ideas for your ratties’ enjoyment. These ordinary items are inexpensive, pretty easily cleaned, and will hopefully inspire you to find or make some great enrichment toys for your pet rats! 1. Plastic Inbox - $1-5 Intended for organization desks at home or the office, plastic inboxes also make great…
10 Reasons Why Sugar Gliders Should Not Be Kept as Pets
It has become fashionable to see who can own the most exotic pets, but is it really right to keep these animals for our entertainment? Learn the basics to help you make an informed decision.
Tiny animals related to KANGAROOS are incredibly sweet
They have joined the animal collection at a jungle-themed attraction, in Larbert, Falkirk, where they surprised staff who didn't expect their mother to have them this early.
Sugar Glider Pros & Cons
Sugar gliders are unique and adorable pets, but they have definite pros and cons to consider before purchasing. You must weigh the sugar glider's needs and nuances against your own lifestyle and preferences to ensure you can meet the needs of these cute exotic animals.