Now for some one of my favorite parts!
Gliders love to run, jump, and fly around their cage, so they need ample room to do so. I do not recommend having a cage smaller than 24 inches x24 inches x41 inches.
Having multiple levels helps break up the cage and gives them more things to jump to and from!
Here is our setup for our cage. We have two levels, one for the food (top) and one for the wheel (middle). We also have an eight piece "cage set" made from high grade fleece. Each cage should have a minimum of two sleeping pouches so the gliders can sleep apart if they so chose (although most of the time they will sleep together).
Each sleeping pouch should also have some sort of little "blanket" or piece of soft cloth in them. This simulates leaves in their natural environment. Gliders will stuff their holes with leaves as bedding, and desire to do the same in a cage setting.
We provide high quality cage sets to purchase as well. If you are buying a sugar glider from us, we offer a 10% discount on all toys, cage sets, and bonding pouches, but you are welcome to purchase a set even without getting one of our gliders. We use special stitching to hide all the seams. This is very important because sugar glider's nails can caught even the smallest of seams. If a seam is not sewn properly, a glider can get its foot or body tangled in the loose thread, which may result in injury!
We have a variety of bundles that range from 4 pieces to 16 pieces. Some bundles include toys, while others are fleece items only! We carry over 30 prints to choose from so feel free to message us for our available prints!