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05/17/16 09:42 PM
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As I sit here in our tent with four little eyes staring at me up out of the over turned bird cage. I wonder what the crap was I thinking? With crap being the operative word here. Going from 1 to 3 sugar gliders has me in an overload of Marcupial waste! But my original Suggie Dom, is much happier now! Which was the reason for my bold 1 to 3 move. And since I took Dom away from a brother, I was intent on not making that same mistake again... So I bought a set of twins last week. They are different as night and day... Diesel and Walker love Dom to death. And Dom hardly crabs at me now, but Diesel picked right up where Dom left off. Dom is a year old rescue I got from a breeder, and Diesel and Walker are twins oop in Feb. Thus far I have quite enjoyed being a Suggie mom.. Not fond of pulling a poo cover hand out of their pouch though. Lol. I just love sticking my hand in there when they are sleeping. I guess that is their way of telling me to leave them alone and let them sleep. I was under the impression most animals do not poo where they sleep!? I guess it must be a Suggie thing. Ugg!

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The good news is that at least you know they aren't starving themselves! :thumb2:

A while back right after I got Nigel I was concerned that he wasn't eating. We had a vet appointment and I brought the subject up. As soon as the vet picked him up, he pooped and pooped. The vet stated "I guarantee you that this little guy is eating plenty!"

We are mere Suggie slaves that get pooped all over! :yes:

Roo :grey:

Sir Nigel Thornberry :grey:


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