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These gorgeous gliders are ready for someone to love them forever. In the form below choose "small and furry" from the animal tab and use "sugar glider" as the breed.


You can also search for sugar gliders through our favorite forum.


Application and Test

We believe it is better for the gliders if they are adopted together. Gliders are very social and do best in pairs or colonies. To reduce the stress Rescued gliders go through, all our gliders are paired up, whenever possible and will be adopted as cagemates, and should remain together. Don't worry, having gliders bonded to eachother will not stop them from bonding with you. These little ones have plenty of love to go around.

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Zoe and Pica Chu

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Zoe,
Pica Chu
  &
Nara
 
 
 
WE are a bonded trio full of love to share.
ZOE came to us with a mohawk, as she used to pull the fur out from either side of her stripe, you can see it growing back here. NARA was born with only part of a tail, from the original 18 rescues. She is as sweet as they come. PICA CHU is a sweet little neutered boy who loves his girls.Click the photos above for more pictures of these wonderful gliders.

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Mommy and Daddy with joey

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joey twin girls oop Dec 22 2006

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AL

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QUEENIE

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TONY

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BONZO

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BUGGA

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BOO

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MISSY

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PETRIE

Sugar Love
Beware of the glider who unlocks his cage
They use their hands in so many ways
Please watch your glider if he's on the floor
They can crawl under, or right out the door
Watch out for kitty's and puppy dogs too
A glider is not a new toy they can chew.
Gliders are curious and oh so much fun
But faster than lightning if they're on the run
Watch out for the toilet please keep the lid down
Cause you dont want your little Sugar to drown
Please check your pouches every day
Loose strings hurt your baby in too many ways
Electrical outlets are dangerous too
And electrial cords your glider might chew
Remember your Suggie has his trust in you
So always be careful whatever you do.
By Gina Brisby 6-3-06
 

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