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#62356 - 10/12/05 04:15 PM Female acting odd
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I have a Female Glider. I just got her about 3 weeks ago. She is a doll but it is taking time for her to bond to me. When I got her I don't she has ever been held outside of her pouch. I working with her. I am getting another Glider in about 2 weeks for her to have a friend. My question is she is astting funny. I mean for the least few nights she will be sitting in her cage and have her tail moving around. In the dark its kinda of weird looking because her tail will move around like a snake of something its hard to explain. IS this normal? How can you tell if they are in heat (or whatnot)?
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Melissa

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#62357 - 10/12/05 05:38 PM Re: Female acting odd [Re: ]
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Your little one is quite normal. The "Snake Dance" with the tail... gliders often do this when they are unsure of something in the room. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/heartpump.gif" alt="" />
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#62358 - 10/12/05 09:17 PM Re: Female acting odd [Re: ]
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Oh Okay Thank You very much. I would just a little worried. I have moved her into my bedroom about a week or so ago.
I had her in the living room but with two little boys I think she was stressing and so I moved her in my room. She still can tell what is day and night and can hear so of the nosie just not as much. How that is okay Any Advice?

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