As you can see, he has one upper tooth that grows BEHIND the other one. The one behind does wear down a bit on the bottom ones, and the bottom teeth do not have to be trimmed as much as the upper one. Below is a picture of his teeth AFTER being trimmed.
I catch him looking outside through the windows quite often and part of me so wants to release him and just hope that he does OK. The other part of me just knows that a few weeks of fun freedom might condemn him to a death of gradual starvation once his teeth started growing abnormally again. I'm looking for a home for him and hope that he can find a place where he has buddies to play with and places to run, climb, bury nuts and build nests!