The Sugar Glider Store Unboxing

I ordered a bunch of sugar glider toys/toy making supplies from The Sugar Glider Store. I was so thrilled to find the store because I had been looking all over for several of the things!

The whole experience was wonderful. My package was shipped promptly. I got it eight days after I placed my order. It was very well packaged and the items were all in individual bags.

There was a handwritten note along with an extra bag of goodies! It was so sweet and made me smile!

This was all of the extra things that she included! I’d been wanting quite a few of these, but had decided to get other things instead, so I was thrilled to find them in the gift bag!

These porcupine hedge balls were $1.20 for twelve. They’re a super fun texture and my gliders love them! I really like the color variety here.

Mini maracas! Gliders are obsessed with things that make noise. These are perfect. Mini links can be fit through the holes so that they can be added to different toys or hung around the cage.

These are regular sized maracas. I don’t love the pink color, but that’s all that was in stock. These are great to add to toy boxes/ball pits. You could also make a hole in the handle and hang them.

Glow in the dark mini links! These are super cute and are awesome to use in toy making! These were twenty links for $1.

I was so thrilled to find these little foraging cups! I’ve seen them as part of so many toys and I really wanted some! These work the gliders minds and force them to find clever ways to get the treats out (because the hole in the top is too small for them to get their snouts in). I love all of the colors that these came in and how perfect they look! They have a small hole near the top that can fit a mini link so that they can be hung around the cage or added to toys.

I was disappointed by these mini foraging chests. They were very cheap, but they barely close and are really bad quality. That was my fault, though, I should have taken a closer look at the pictures.

Ahh bracelets! Dreamer is a tail carrier *squeals* and she absolutely loves to carry bracelets back to her nest. Once I found four in there, along with a milk bottle ring and some other stuff that she’d dragged back. XD It’s so fun to see what they prize most!

Whiffle balls are AWESOME additions to toys! They can be stuffed full of straws or fleece or whatever and gliders have a blast pulling the things out.

This is craft lace. Since it’s unsafe for sugar gliders to be around string, this is a great alternative. It also has a super fun texture that’s somewhat similar to headphone strings (which my gliders love to chew on…much to my annoyance!)

*squeals again* Barrel of monkeys! I’ve been wanting one of these for my gliders for a long time and I was so thrilled to find this one! It was $2.50, which wasn’t bad at all It’s super cute. Ink really enjoys holding the monkeys in his little hands. It’s so cute!

I hope you enjoyed this unboxing! Be sure to check out The Sugar Glider Store for great prices on toy making supplies!


  One thought on “The Sugar Glider Store Unboxing

  1. April 9, 2021 at 2:29 pm

    This. Is. So. CUTE!!! 🥺🥺🥺 I love all the little toys!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. April 10, 2021 at 2:55 pm

    Ah, these are all adorable! I’m so glad it was a good experience: it’s always nice to find good toys for pets. XD

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Phoebe
    April 10, 2021 at 8:20 pm

    Glad you were able to find what you needed!!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. jennycajes
    April 13, 2021 at 9:05 pm

    the toys are so cute i know many children will love it

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  5. jennycajes
    May 13, 2021 at 9:10 pm

    i like your post hattush the are so cute…i love them

    Liked by 1 person

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