Her name is Kiwi. We now understand why everyone loves these as pets.
I have said it before, I will say it again. These are wild animals and deserve to be in their natural habitat. They are not domesticated pets and never will be.
To keep such a beautiful - and endangered - animal indoors is disgusting.
Get Real mate!
You Insult Our National Bird and Our Nationality calling Anything Not a Kiwi A Kiwi!
God I hate that!!! After loosing our Pavs and Phar Lap to the Aussis... We're expected to give up an Icon to a Flying Rat???
by spiderspun 9 years ago
I got into breeding the sugar glider back in 1995 small scale. I sold my breeders in 2008 ish. I have one rescue.What is the status on these little marsupials these days? Are they still a popular pet? Are they cheeper than what they were b4 and are there new colours other than the standard blue...
by Nspeel 8 years ago
Who else has a sugar glider? What do you like about them?I love the fact that mine stand up on there back 2 legs and they actually box each other, that is my favorite thing what is yours?
by Charlu 7 years ago
Do some people love their pets so much because they are avoiding relationships with humans?Are some relationships with pets and that unconditional love an avoidance of having that same love with humans and if so why? Is it possibly due to there is no fear of rejection, trust, commitment,...
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