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30"x18"x69" Black Three-Story Rectangle Cockatiel Bird Cage
Here we offering is a Black Three-story Rectangle Parrot Bird Cage. This three-story rectangle parrot cage gives your birds enough room to spread their wings. The three-storied design features two locking front doors with sliding feeder doors on them. There are eight interior feeding bowls so that you can feed your favorite parrot dry food, wet food and water at the same time without mixing them. Furthermore, there is one ABS slide-out tray that makes getting rid of the mess an easy job. Comes with a large storage, the cart stand beneath the cage is great for bird toys, food, treat, and accessory storage. This super designed cage is also for other small pets such as Sugar Gliders, Chinchillas, Ferrets and Rats, etc.
Please make sure the bar space of this cage is well-spaced to your bird size.
Choosing a perfect bird cage for your feathered friend is not always easy. Different birds have different figure and character. However, choosing bird cages for any bird, we should take below tips into consideration. Select a cage that will provide your parrot with plenty of space. Normally bigger is better. The larger the breed of parrot, the larger the cage he will need to be comfortable. Tall cages are especially important if the parrot has long tail feathers.
Choose a large cage while your house have enough space to fit it in. Make sure the bars of the cage are thick enough to safely house your parrot. As with cage size, the size of the bird will ultimately determine how thick the bars need to be. Larger breeds require thick, sturdy bars, as they can quickly bend and ruin thin bars. Thinner bars are adequate for small parrot breeds.
Choose a cage of durable construction. Parrots have powerful beaks and often chew cage bars. Therefore stainless steel or powder coated cages are better than those of brass finished, painted, or PVC coated.
Never house a parrot in a cage made of wood, bamboo or plastic. Most parrots will destroy these cages in a matter of hours. Check to make sure that the bars are well-spaced for your parrot. Do not house a parrot in a cage where his head will fit through the bars. This can cause the bird to injure himself.