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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1407767
03/12/17 07:49 AM
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My hair is really long too and I shed. I keep it in a tight ponytail bun most of the time. And I have to check their fingers and toes often. The girls have learned the trappings of my hair too and stay away from it.

Well until I changed shampoo. It was a gift from a friend, Well the girls love it! To me it doesn't smell fruity, but has a hint of vanilla...Hubby uses what I use and they were pulling his hair out by the roots (He doesn't have that much to begin with.) So we quit using it.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408932
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It was a dark and stormy night. The usually sluggish to awake gliders abandoned their sleep an hour earlier than usual, and so were rewarded with some early play time.

We haven't moved into the RV officially yet, but we are spending a few nights in it right now while renovating. The RV also isn't fully glider-proofed yet, but I've done my best to block off anything I see as a potential hazard (however inadequate my eyes have proved to be.)

All was well. Both gliders were leaping around as usual, having a great time exploring the new digs.

And then Winky was gone.

I wandered around looking for her. (The place isn't that big, so it didn't take long.) I looked in, around, under, through, on top of anything I could find... but no Winky. I was shaking the treat jar to entice her, singing her special song to invite her, and searching over and over again with increasing desperation. I couldn't hear her anywhere in the RV, and it didn't help that the lovely patter of rain on the roof (dark and stormy night, remember?) sounds like the scuttling of little claws when you're desperately listening for it.

So I sucked it up and accepted the obvious... she got outside somehow. I found an open tube under the dash that leads who knows where into the engine. I found an opening in the bedroom slide with a cold breeze blowing through (located suspiciously near some damp carpet.) So I went outside hoping to find my cold wet baby jumping to me immediately.

I searched all around the RV with a flashlight, looking into every crevice of the engine that I could reach, shining the light up under the chassis, looking high up into the nearby trees, calling softly to my little girl... but no Winky. My RV is parked at my parents' house, so my mom came out to look inside the RV while I walked around outside looking. Neither of us had any luck.

Trying not to panic, I went back in and turned off all the lights, and just sat quietly by the cage with Yoda. A few minutes later, I thought I heard something that wasn't a raindrop. A few more minutes, and I heard something else. A short time later, I look up to see Winky poking her nose over the couch!

Oh happy day! That little *bleep*.

Then she was acting all skittish and scared towards me, so I just let her run her energy out for a while, and found an opportunity to scoop her up in a fleece and deposit her in the cage with her brother.

At least now I know a few more areas in the RV where I need to make improvements...


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408934
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Yep, rolled blankets stuffed all around openings are a must. Especially if it is a jack knife or hideaway bed. They can crawl all the 1ay up in armrest.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408935
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Recliners, swivels too...


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408938
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Omg. I know how you feel, losing a glider when they may have gotten outside. Panic, guilt, despair, panic, guilt despair ANGER, panic guilt despair...
Like when your second grade kid packs up all their GI Joes and a jar of peanut butter, and runs away leaving only a scribbled crayon note.
You want to wring their necks, as soon as you are done hugging them to death.
That's why she was skittish of you at first, "Ohhh...mommy is sooo mad at me..."

So glad you got her back.

Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: TwoDog] #1408950
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I'm sure it was a nightmare! I'm so happy you found her!


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408962
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You did the right thing by shutting off the lights. They love dark corners and cubbies.

I am glad Winky is safe and well too!

We have a red lamp for those occasions. Ya know that clamp on and has a movable neck. We set it up to shine on ceiling when it is total dark. We have used an led lamp same kind with a red bandana covering the light when it's playtime to keep track of them too.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1408972
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Thanks, Dawn! It was a war against my own instincts that wanted to turn on every light so that I could see to find her better, and the knowledge that SHE prefers the dark and would only come out once she's comfortable. I actually have a headlamp with a red light, which I used for play time with them in the beginning. I might have to keep that in a handy spot again, as my furries are exploring our new home.

Thanks, Terry! Yea, I was trying to stay calm, but scenarios of grief and needing to find a new companion for Yoda kept popping up in my mind. So glad that Winky didn't stay lost for long!

Yea, TwoDog, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Kids... what can you do? wink


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1409267
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My gliders may not respond to their names, but they sure as heck do pay attention when I shake the treat jar! I've been shaking it before giving them treats, and finally thought to use it as a glider-call this morning - with great success!

One little shake, and I had four ears perked up in my direction, with noses following closely behind. Of course, the shake was so effective that they were all over me (noses directly in the treat jar in my hand) before I had the chance to offer them each one little yoggi like usual. This trick may need some refining...


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1409279
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Originally Posted By: Stef333
This trick may need some refining...
:lol: I know what you mean. I keep my fuzzies treats in a baggy, Now, anytime they hear a zip-locked bag open, I have their undivided (& hungry) attention.

*cue the song 'Hungry Eyes'*


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1409289
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Do you keep that baggy in a locked box? My gliders would chew through a baggie in nothing flat to get to treats!


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1409299
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Originally Posted By: Stef333
Do you keep that baggy in a locked box? My gliders would chew through a baggie in nothing flat to get to treats!
hehe, no, but I should. I usually catch them as they try to dive into the container holding their dry food & treats. Subtle, they are not!


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1410118
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It seems that I'm past due on updating our Tales! (If you've read the recent thread posted by TwoDog, you'll understand my distraction lately.) wink

Now that we're sharing a smaller home in the RV, it feels like the gliders and I have bonded closer. We've also had to mix up the play time schedule due to me working some late shifts, but that just gives us more variety since they have different moods at different times of day. When I get home after 10pm, they've already been awake for at least an hour and so I can let them out of the cage without too much potty mess.

In morning play time, they first jump to me from the cage, and then ricochet like pin balls off every available surface. They do come back to me frequently as they bounce around, but their focus is on running and jumping until the moment they crawl into a pouch for the day.

In evening play time, they stick closer to me. They hang out on my back or shoulder, or sometimes even ride on the back of my hand for a short time. They happily jump or crawl to Dave as well. Eventually they hop off to explore and scamper around the carpeted ceiling. This RV interior really is like one big glider playground, with lots of high walkways around the perimeter, and plenty of cabinet handles that make great launch points.

I let them free roam until one of them enters the forbidden zone - the blanket-draped cockpit of my motorhome. First I try distraction, inviting them to take a ride on me while escorting them across the room. If that doesn't work, then I shake the treat jar. Sometimes it takes a minute to get the attention of both gliders, and by that time I already have one on my hand trying to open the treat jar, but then I get them both on board. I put a little dish with a few treats into a far corner of the cage, and once they've taken the bait... shut the cage doors! It really is a process to get these two back into the cage at night. wink


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1410121
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It sounds like fun! I have limited out of cage play with my babies and also with "forbidden Zone" or I should say zones, lol.

I've read about how you us blanket draped to cover entry to cockpit. Although I'm not sure of your exact layout I thought I would ask about a suggestion that may help.

Can you use either velcro or magnetic, sticky back tape, placed strategically around the entry way and also on blanket to hold more securely? Maybe just for overhead and sides, then a weight on the floor to hold the blanket taught. This could be something easily placed and removed, but secure.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411350
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Yoda and Winky have had a few new experiences since my last update. You can see the post about introductions to the Sugar Squadron colony in the bonding and Relations forum. In addition, my gliders have been in close proximity to TwoDog's two dogs several times.

We humans know with absolute certainty that the dogs are no threat. They are border collies who are deeply dedicated to the watching of their sugar glider herd at home and would never cause any glider harm. However, Winky is not yet entirely convinced of the dogs' benevolence.

In ordinary circumstances, it takes a crow bar to pry Winky out of the pouch during the day. But it's different once the dogs arrive. She can be sleeping peacefully in the pouch with Yoda, totally insulated from the outside world in a fleecy haven behind locked bars, but once those dogs enter the room and stand silently guard with their eyes glued to the pouch... Winky is out of the pouch and clinging to the back of the cage, returning those stares for all she's worth.

She only crabbed at the dogs the first time, so I'm not sure that she's really afraid... but her expression and body language is undeniably cautious every time. Yoda doesn't wake up when the dogs arrive during the day, but he gets extra-active if the dogs are around when he's awake in the cage.

But here's the thing... Winky's extra caution doesn't stop when the dogs aren't around. She doesn't want to leave her cage as often any more. It used to be that she'd jump right out as soon as I opened the door, but now I have to spend several minutes coaxing her out with treats or toys.

So I've been trying to keep the dogs out to give poor little Winky's nerves a rest. Sometimes they get in for just a minute while my door is open, but that doesn't disturb her enough to rouse from the pouch.

I'm also trying to spend more time with them on me in the bonding pouch during the day, and they've been cooperating by choosing the bonding pouch to sleep in each morning. Winky and I are getting back on track with our bonding. Thankfully, Yoda seems to have no issue with the dogs and just keeps happily sniffing everything to explore his world. smile


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411351
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Originally Posted By: Stef333
In ordinary circumstances, it takes a crow bar to pry Winky out of the pouch during the day. But it's different once the dogs arrive. She can be sleeping peacefully in the pouch with Yoda, totally insulated from the outside world in a fleecy haven behind locked bars, but once those dogs enter the room and stand silently guard with their eyes glued to the pouch... Winky is out of the pouch and clinging to the back of the cage, returning those stares for all she's worth.
When other pets are over or I have a large group of people at my house, my girls will do the same thing. I've taken to putting a beach towel over the cage, which helps Gwyn a little. Arthur & Merlin will just poke their heads out & Merlin may crab if things get too rowdy.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411357
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I'm tellin' ya baby...
All we have to do is put all the gliders in the big tent with the dogs for a few hours and leave a big pile of dog food in the center of the room.
When we come back they will all be best buddies.

Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411360
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Good point, Hutch! I do have a big fleece that I can drape over the cage to see if that reduces the disturbance.

But anyway... the dogs came over again last night. Winky was out of the pouch immediately and diligently staring at the two big furry monsters just outside her cage. But then... she decided it was play time. It was maybe two hours earlier than the usual wake up time, but she was jumping all over the cage, running in both wheels, and generally very active.

And then a bit later she was semi-comatose, crouched in a frozen position on the floor of the cage, completely unresponsive until I offered a treat. She still didn't move much until Yoda woke up and started playing.

So this morning I get up to let them out for play at the usual time and Winky is apparently back to her old self (pre-dog introduction)- jumping to me, running on the ceiling, crawling up the tapestries, having a grand old time.

I don't know if the dog trauma knocked something loose in the fear-response center of Winky's brain or what, but I'm hoping that we're over the hump and looking forward to less fearful doggy play time in the future. smile


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411367
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She was probably in sensory overload.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Feather] #1411369
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I'm sure she'll adjust to the dogs, it sounds like it may even be the beginning of it. I agree with Kimberly, it's a lot of new things in short period of time.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411665
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It seems like time spent in proximity to the dogs has helped Winky overcome some of her fear. Now when the dogs come over and sit quietly staring at the cage during the day, Winky is out of the pouch within minutes and either running on the wheel or scrambling around the cage at high speed. The dogs are entertained, and then she is more assertive the next day in coming out of the cage for morning playtime.

Yoda's biting habit has gotten much better over recent months, but he still has a tendency to chew obsessively on my sleeve. The problem, of course, is that his needle-like teeth pierce the material and scrape over my hand repeatedly during his chewing frenzies. My hand is covered in tiny scratches.

He was deeply engrossed in chewing yesterday morning during play time, and there was nothing I could do to get him to let go. I didn't want to offer him a treat, reinforcing the behavior that I want to stop. All of my "tsk!" and "fsst!" noises went unnoticed, as he continued gnawing his way around my wrist.

Finally it occurred to me to blow in his face - a quick little puff of air each time he set his teeth to my sleeve. It worked! (Kinda) With each puff of air, he would look up at me and away from his obsession. Then he'd go right back to chewing.

I had to puff at his face maybe 20 times until he finally stopped. My nose was mere inches from his teeth and I ran the definite risk of a nip, but he only stretched up to look closer at me every few puffs. "Why is she puffing at me? Oh well, back to the sleeve!"

So I guess that we're still working on some behavioral issues, but at least I've found an effective deterrent for now. smile


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1411672
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Originally Posted By: Stef333
Finally it occurred to me to blow in his face - a quick little puff of air each time he set his teeth to my sleeve. It worked! (Kinda) With each puff of air, he would look up at me and away from his obsession. Then he'd go right back to chewing.

I had to puff at his face maybe 20 times until he finally stopped. My nose was mere inches from his teeth and I ran the definite risk of a nip, but he only stretched up to look closer at me every few puffs. "Why is she puffing at me? Oh well, back to the sleeve!"


I sometimes resort to this to discourage my little hyperactive turds when they get fixated. Once I have their attention (even for a moment), I'll relocate them so they're away from whatever captured their attention in the first place. Seems to help.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Hutch] #1411674
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My Skadoosh was fixated on a door knob once, it happened every playtime in the bathroom before we moved. She hasn't noticed the door knobs in any other location we lived so far dunno


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412066
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I finally got around to revamping my website, which now has a whole page dedicated to the uber-cuteness of Yoda and Winky!

Karen, I hope you don't mind that I included a link to Glider Central on my page, just in case anybody wants a good source for more info. smile

http://projectretreatforward.com/suggies

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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412068
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Not at all, Stef. Beautiful site.


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: KarenE] #1412073
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Nicely done Steph!

I have to add, I really enjoyed the 7 Gliders in a tent, it was cute!

Last edited by Terry; 09/16/17 07:26 PM.

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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412077
09/17/17 04:50 AM
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Looks great!!! thumb

It's also a neat way to keep track of your video albums!


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412078
09/17/17 11:36 AM
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Thanks, folks! Just wait until TwoDog gets his site up and running. The internet will overflow with cuteness. smile


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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412096
09/18/17 11:16 AM
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I just had to share this pic from play time this morning. Winky is trying the biker babe look! smile

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Re: Tales of Jabberwinky and Yoda [Re: Stef333] #1412098
09/18/17 11:59 AM
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Awwwe how cool and cute!

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