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Date Posted: 13:06:20 07/10/07 Tue
Author: Beverly
Subject: Been meaning to get back to you, KK! Helen's has a
In reply to: Kitkat1 's message, "Flyer Breeders" on 18:50:15 07/09/07 Mon

Been meaning to get back to you, KK! Helen's has a ...) pretty good reputation, for a 'market' source of flyers, but I've also heard they're sometimes hard to reach.

Some folks find that flyers 'bond' more tightly, if they're the only flyer in the family. I've found that a full hanger of flyers works just as well, and they provide each other with company, when I can spend as much time as I'd like, with them. So, the decision to get a second flyer is subjective. Now, if 'Sugie' was a sugar glider, not a flyer, then I'd say, by all means, get her a companion. Sugar gliders don't do well, alone. They need the company of their own species, as much or more than the company of their human companion. But solo flyers do just fine. If you get a male, expect pups (even 'tho sometimes, it never happens), unless you go to the expense of having the male castrated. (not just expensive, also a tad risky, as is any surgery ...).

Good luck with yor decision, and welcome to both the NFSA and to FSF! :~}

>I just joined NFSA, I have one girl flyer,Sugie and
>will be looking for more- I`m hooked! I have been
>trying to contact Helens Little Critters to no avail.
>Her voicebox is full & she doesn`t return my e-mail
>inquiries. Does anyone know if she is still in
>business and if she is reputable? I have a nephew in
>Tex & was trying to visit & purchase? Do flyers like
>other flyers or do they prefer being the only flyer in
>the home?

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