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"I have 9 gliders...in 3 different groups. One of our males lives with 3 females. I just saw on new years eve that his tail is almost all gone! I'm not sure if one of the females chewed it off or if he did it....one if my female ferrets did get loose from her cage the night before....could she have bit it off? I didn't see any blood on her fur and she's almost white so I don't think it was her but...I know gliders can self mutilate themselves when their depressed but I don't know why he would be. He eats just fine in fact he's overweight compared to the other ones...if anybody has any ideas please reply! I am takin him to the vet tmrw but I need all the info I can get! Thanks"
"beverly"


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