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A woman who bought two sugar gliders at K-Days regrets her decision after learning more about the exotic pets.
Cheryl Morin, 34, was with her family at K-Days on Saturday when she was drawn to the long, bushy tails and big, expressive eyes of the sugar gliders at a booth on the midway. The vendor, Sugar Bears, also known as Perfect Pocket Pets, was selling the tiny marsupials on the Sugar gliders edmonton under a tent. On Tuesday they were shut down after complaints were made. A K-Days spokesperson said it was closed because of the heat and the location.
He said they're great: 'Look, I have one in my pocket. She was given a CD with more information about her new pets. She listened to it on the way home, and her eyes grew as wide as those of the sugar gliders. They stink anyway. I'm listening and wondering what we're getting ourselves into.
She's named her new pets Dobby and Winkie, but says they're not much for cuddling at all. She said they're noisy, and one of them is very aggressive, which le to biting and quick movements to get away. She now realizes the marsupials, which are native to Australia, will take a lot more research and patience. For now, Morin's daughter Nichole, 16, is the only one who plays with them when the nocturnal animals wake up around 10 p. Morin has ed Sugar Bears about her concerns over the information given, but she hasn't heard back. Matt Grant, a regional representative for Sugar gliders edmonton Bears, told CBC news this week that every potential customer is told to go home to do their due diligence before buying a pet.
Grant did not reply to questions about Morin's concerns Thursday. She says putting Dobby and Winkie up for adoption is an option, but she's hoping it doesn't come to that.
Edmonton New owner of sugar gliders says she was misled by K-Days Sugar gliders edmonton Cheryl Morin, 34, bought two sugar gliders at K-Days on Saturday, something she now regrets after learning more about the exotic pets. Social Sharing. New owner of sugar gliders says they're not as docile as billed 5 years ago K-Days shuts down exotic pet vendor The vendor, Sugar Bears, also known as Perfect Pocket Pets, was selling the tiny marsupials on the midway under a tent.
I don't want to touch them.
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