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Is the cage size okay?

Ilovebirb

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Hi guys! This is my first post here! I'm really worried if the cage I bought has enough room for 1 cockateils! Unfortunely it was the biggest one I could find in my country! The ones other people recommend in reddit wasn't available on amazon, and the ones that was don't ship to my country!
Measurement in inches: 23x27x36
 

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Welcome to the Avenue Lucas :)

The measurements are ok (minimum size for a cockatiel), but the cage, though hexagon, is essentially a round cage. Are there none in a rectangle shape?
 

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No! I saw some beautiful and big rectangle cages in amazon, but I couldn't buy none of them
 

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Edit: I saw that instead of 2 I wrote 1! But I intend to buy 2 because a lot of people said to me that it is very good for the bird to have an companion during the day! But I also intend to leave them free in my closed balcony for the most part of the day! (with my supervision, of course)
 

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And what pissed me off is that I bought one cage before this one, that was rectangle but way smaller. A lot of sellers said that it could fit even 3 cockateils! And even the breeders in my region! When I checked out to see if the information matches I saw that it was false! Then I bought this other cage
 

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Welcome to the Avenue Lucas :)

The measurements are ok (minimum size for a cockatiel), but the cage, though hexagon, is essentially a round cage. Are there none in a rectangle shape?
Also, sorry, I forgot to thank you! Have a lovely day!
 

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Maybe it could be ok if you put it in the corner of the room? If your birds will be on the balcony/avairy, this would then be more of a sleep cage.
 

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btw what country are you in? we could help find specific cages there
 

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I think odd-shaped cages like this only work if you can place them in the corner and cover several of the sides so the bird isn't too exposed, which can cause them a lot of anxiety.

I have a corner cage for my grey and love it, but for smaller birds and cages of this size, I feel like a rectangular one would be a better option if you can find one.

Good luck.
 
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