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Twitchy tale movements #1412588
10/20/17 01:29 AM
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Hey guys. So I have a male glider about 2 years old. Unfortunatley, he has been dificult to bond with. (I've had him for almost a year)
Today, he went a little crazy and decided it would be a great idea to jump out of his cage and run all the way to the living room. Before he did, his tail went all twitchy. Kinda like a squirrel tail. Has anyone seen this with their suggie? What do you think it could mean?

P.S. I would love to see the cat-like movements on my babies one day, but this was a lot faster than that. Any help would be beneficial! Thank you. (:


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Re: Twitchy tale movements [Re: FinFiFuFe] #1412589
10/20/17 08:50 AM
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Mine have done this during hunting and when they are up to no good. And excited about it.

While in hunting mode they will start with a slow movement, but just before they pounce the tail twitches.

I'm glad you were able to catch him!


Dawn

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Re: Twitchy tale movements [Re: Ladymagyver] #1412590
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That makes a lot of sense. He's such a turd. Thank you! And I also have a sugar baby named Fiona. (: good name choice.


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Re: Twitchy tale movements [Re: FinFiFuFe] #1412594
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Mine do this sometimes when they seem spooked in the cage. If I put something new in they seem to look at it from different angles and approach slowly, retreat, then approach again, etc. Their tail sticks up and waves back and forth at the tip like a snake or something lol.


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Re: Twitchy tale movements [Re: FinFiFuFe] #1412601
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Like Dawn, mine do that whenever they get excited. Usually, to me, this means they're about to 'explore.'


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Re: Twitchy tale movements [Re: FinFiFuFe] #1412605
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Oh yea, that is the hunting, up to no good, excited twitch.


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