A reoccuring theme I've noticed is that small animals (whether "exotic" or average pets) get the shaft. Sugar Gliders need large cages so they can climb and exercise... but I've seen SO many pictures of them in tiny, tiny bird cages or mouse cages. And then there are people who feed them cat food as their staple diet. It makes me really, really sad. I did a ton of research on them before bringing Mort home, and knew what their diet would entail- it is NOT difficult. I've seen so many ferrets and chinchillas in guinea pig cages, turtles in "death bowls", 25 hamsters shoved in a 5 gallon aquarium, etc, etc. Obviously most of these pets are spur of the moment purchases, and then are rehomed on Craigslist a few months later. It's just really sad.