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Are gliders protective of their owners #818426
08/06/09 11:30 PM
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Just curious whether or not they are

Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: ] #818443
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I have two gliders who will dart out of my shirt and lunge/crab/bite "strangers" who try to take a peek at them or have their fingers too close. If it's someone they know tho, they're just fine. I think it's more that they're protecting themselves than me, but it makes me feel good anyway. LOL!


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Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: suggiemom1980] #818533
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I used to think Gizzy is protecting me. DARN, LOL

He even lunge/crab/bites my husband when with me. When he is in his cage he will gladly go to daddy, but not when he is with me. LOL


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Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: Gizmogirl] #818722
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I think that some of my gliders come off as protective of me, when really they are just protective of their bra spot down my shirt. crazy I guess they get worried that a pal of mine might want to dive down my blouse and kick them out. roflmao


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Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: StitchsMom] #818725
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I love this site people on here are so kind and willing to give advice.Thank you all for answering my question.

Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: StitchsMom] #818740
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Originally Posted By: StitchsMom
I think that some of my gliders come off as protective of me, when really they are just protective of their bra spot down my shirt. crazy I guess they get worried that a pal of mine might want to dive down my blouse and kick them out. roflmao

roflmao roflmao roflmao roflmao roflmao


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Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: suggiemom1980] #821653
08/13/09 01:22 PM
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I read some where that they are protective of their owners

Re: Are gliders protective of their owners [Re: ] #821674
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I can say yes, gliders can be very protective of us!!! Badge will slap someone (hubby, kids) that come near my face when he is on me and Sarah shhhhhhh's! at them, Mardi can yell, not crab, but yell! Olivia will scream and bite you! LOL


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God speed my precious angels. I love you. Mama.

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