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Mirror in cage #1395884
11/12/15 12:24 PM
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I have a single glider and wondered if putting a mirror in the cage would entertain her or stress her. Thoughts?

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Re: Mirror in cage [Re: shad0ws] #1395889
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Some gliders pay attention to a mirror and some do not. Simply depends on the glider, but mirrors are not a substitute for a companion shakehead

If you intend to keep a single glider, then you must be prepared to spend much more time with him/her than you would a pair ... much more.


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Re: Mirror in cage [Re: shad0ws] #1395891
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I have often wondered that too as my two go for the medicine cabinet mirror. They will bark, crab, mark and sniff it. And just curious.

Maybe a plastic one, or just have one at tent time?

My only concern is if it can be safe and not break.


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Re: Mirror in cage [Re: shad0ws] #1395899
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I have a plastic one that's actually a baby toy. I'll give it a try tonight. She's still young (5 months old)and I want to make sure she has enough to keep her entertained.

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Usually, if it's not and interactive toy, it won't keep their intrest long. Foraging toys are best. Ones that you can put a small treat in and they can work at getting it out. I often hide tiny treats in a small bottle, easteregg, toothbrush cover, or a tic tac or breathsavors puck. Be sure to wash them thouthroughly.

Have you considered getting your little one a friend?

How is your bonding going? I know it's off topic, but just curious.


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