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Got any spare sugar gliders?

Have you ever heard of a sugar glider? I hadn't heard of one until I saw that some one is looking for one on Madison freecycle.com website. They're tiny little marsupials that are native to Australia and supposedly they're the next hot pet.  But after reading up on them a bit, I have no idea why any one would want them. They're nocturnal, and noisy all night long. You can't feed them typical pet food..they love grubs and mealworms. (Don't you want a Tupperware container full of mealworms next to the parmesan in your fridge?) Plus, they're smelly. If you have them outside the cage so you can enjoy them gliding from couch to chair to table they will probably leave their mark, so to speak. And they bite. Oh by the way..the Madison guy who wants one  says it's because he says he and his girlfriend are looking to acquire one.  Now that's a strange way to show you care.

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04/04/2011 8:46AM
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04/20/2011 12:28PM
Tim
lots of misinformation out there. They do make great pets, only really smell due to the diet that some of these so called breeders say you have to use. This is not the case and are very easy to feed the right nutrition. You can potty train them and they very rarely bite and if they do they are also easy to discipline to stop that. However they are not for everyone as you really need to focus on giving them the love these little guys deserve. When you do it right you also have a loyal friend who you could pretty much take anywhere who will live with you for twelve to fifteen years.
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