Sugar Glider Sleeping Pouches
Ever wondered why sugar gliders have cute big eyes and funny swiveling ears? This is because they are nocturnal animals, and their eyes and ears help them to maneuver at night when they are active and hunt for food. Daylight triggers their sleep patterns and makes them start searching for shelter to hide. The best way to provide shelter that replaces a tree hollow while they are in captivity is a sleeping pouch that is hooked to the bars of the cage, and this pouch is conventionally called a sugar glider cage pouch. The general requirements for sugar glider sleeping pouches usually include spaciousness and the ability to create a sense of safety and comfort for your pet. Our sleeping pouches for sugar gliders use fleece, a material favored for sugar gliders. The pouches are easily washable and have enough room to fit two adult animals, providing them with a safe and secure place to sleep.