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Date Posted: 08:24:45 10/03/06 Tue
Author: S. K. Dixon
Subject: Re: Would this make good "sleeping quarters"?
In reply to: Agnes 's message, "Re: Would this make good "sleeping quarters"?" on 01:34:03 10/03/06 Tue

Yes, I THINK they would like the sleeping quarters. Yes, I KNOW they would chew on it. LOL! These little furballs will chew on anything they can--which is good for keeping their teeth trimmed down! If it is something that I can't bear to have chewed up, I just don't let them use it. In my flyer's room, all the wood trim has been "distressed" nicely; drywall has been "peeled" in spots as a decorating strategy, I'm sure; and both doors "trimmed" top and bottom--just to make certain they don't stick closed, I suspect. Life is good!

>I am afraid they do not see that far ahead. Most
>people can't accept the consequences of their action.
>So one can not expect a flyer to understand that. A
>flyer will do what comes naturally.. They will chew
>anything and everything in site. Besides who do you
>know,That would not provide them with a new home. or
>as many nest areas as needed. You should always have
>as many nest box and one to spare as you have flyers.
>I have 10 flyers, with 8 nest boxes, 4 pouches and 2
>hammocks up. They love it. They change homes often,
>which makes it easier for me to keep them clean ...

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