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Date Posted: 20:48:02 11/11/06 Sat
Author: Squiggy's Mom
Subject: Re: Agressive Males?
In reply to: Agnes 's message, "Re: Do Flyers go into "heat"?" on 17:32:05 11/11/06 Sat

>I do not know who you are talking too. But I am on my
>4 male and have never ever seen them get mean an
>aggressive. Maybe a wild one that is afraid of you
>when cornered might try to bite. The males are
>sweethearts.. And dangerous ??? ya.. about as
>dangerous as a night crawler.... lol
>I think your idea of going to NJ for a pup is a very
>good one. Squiggy will love the company.. No one
>will ask you any question and if they do, they are
>just trying to make conversation with you. Just say,
>I'd rather not say, thank you. They will get it.. Pet
>stores ,(unfortunately ) do not care who they sell
>what too.....
I'm pretty sure it was this message board I read it on...I was perusing all of the pages-hoping to see more pictures of squirrelies......and happened to read something along those lines...and I read a posting from someone who said that their flyer actually DIED after they got it home from being neutered at the vet (OH! I think I recall this person saying that they lived in Manhatten and it cost $400 to neuter him)it chewed it's stictches and she found him hanging on the bars of his cage, his intenstines were protruding from his tummy and he had bled out!!
So it sounds like neutering is risky...But you say that males are not agressive?Not even when the male hormones start to kick in?
Thanks for any information you can share with me-like I said I am relatively new to the Squirrel World,so I want to learn as much as I can!

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