Chapel Cage Stainless Steel
I have it for my African gray and love it. Easy to set up, has rings on top to hang toys from, the external feeder is wonderful. Easy to clean and lots of room for my bird. Well thought out.
September 19, 2012
New Chapel Stainless Steel Cage
I am a first time buyer of a stainless steel cage. After deciding between Aluminum and Stainless steel, I went with this cage because it was on sale and I really like Dr Foster and Smith. I purchased because I wanted a good cage that wouldn't rust. I've heard so many good things about stainless steel. It was easy to assemble. I was disappointed that the cage needed a really good cleaning from being in the 2 boxes that it arrived in. A film from polishing it at the factory was on the bars and heavy in some areas. ugh...This made me concerned for my parrot's health so I called the manufacturer with my concern and I was told it was from polishing and I just needed to wash it off with a mop or I could use a toothbrush and toothpaste to shine it up in those areas. The door locks are not the best .The attachments for the heavy crocks did not fit the doors well so I purchased other dishes. The food doors come off very easily. I ended up keeping the cage because of thinking about the possible hassle in returning it...
April 23, 2013
I looked at this cage for a long time. Two reasons the cost and Grays don't like change. I finally purchased it and it is very poorly designed. The bottom tray and grade is hard to work with while trying to change the papers. The cage is not stable without the large perches going across and sideways so trying to clean them out of the cage while the bird is still in the cage is very difficult. I would never recommend this cage to anyone....and it was not cheap.
September 19, 2013