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cage sizes

  1. ktluvszoe

    Newbie, single lovebird needs cage

    Newbie here! Apologies if cages have already been discussed endlessly, I’ve been checking the forums on Google and a lot of cages seem to no longer be sold or links are broken and I’m frantic here. I was gifted a baby lovebird in wayyy too small a cage and I am desperate to get her something...
  2. Cockatango

    Introducing a second cockatiel AND new cage?

    I currently have one cockatiel in a cage that's the minimum size for one. I'm thinking about getting her a companion, and if I do, I'll obviously need to get a bigger cage. My question is, what order should I do this in? Should I let the second tiel settle in the new cage and keep Tango in the...
  3. J

    Cages/Aviaries for Lorikeets

    What is the ideal housing for a Lorikeet? I'm looking at a cage which is 140cm high, 60cm deep, 95cm wide. Will my Lori be happy in there? He'll get flying time inside every day.
  4. GabeCast

    How's my cage setup?

    Just wondering if I can get some feedback on my cage? Not so sure about the size, the lady at the store recommended this cage. I gave him a calcium chew block, a little bell toy-thing to play with and shredding wood. Anything setup wrong in the cage? Here's some pictures:
  5. shasta

    Conure cage

    Hi, I am planning on getting a little green cheek and I found a cage but I think it might be too small. It's 24"high by 20"deep by 24"wide. Thanks in advance!
  6. McBird

    is there any such thing as too big of a cage?

    currently Leaf's cage is 32” W x 23” D x 69” H and the cage that I'm looking at for an upgrade is 42"W x 26"D x 5ft 10”H. the reason I want to upgrade is so that I can add more perches and toys to keep him entertained while I'm gone. the second cage would be from King's Cages as well but I just...
  7. redindiaink

    Cage for an Amazon

    Apologies in advance for the verbosity. Why is this so hard? Some of the recommended cage sizes I've come across while researching cages for a (double yellow headed) Amazon: 32x23, 36x24, 48x30, 36x30, 36x54 and one site that only gives bar width specs 3/4" - 1 3/8" for "larger birds" And if I...