Hello again, and I have a few questions.
Do you have a sleeping pouch for her?
How big is her cage?
Are there any toys
or a glider safe wheel?
Usually gliders don't care to be held in your hands initially. They must learn to trust you. When she gets loose, try holding a piece of fleece (about 12" square) and catch her with that so she won't associate your hand with being caught.
like your glider is intrested in bonding
with you. Have you considered finding her a buddy? To help with bonding
, you can cut up fleece in 3 or 4inch squares, tuck them in your pillow case, or laundry in order to get your scent on them. Then tuck into their sleeping pouch so they can sleep with your scent and get accustomed to you.
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I did find this:http://www.glidercentral.net/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=intro_bonding