Poquito Avian Hotel Cage Color: Platinum
the ultimate travel & sleeping cage
The Poquito Avian Hotel is the best travel and sleeping cage around. It is made from sturdy iron and covered in non-toxic lead and zinc free powder coated paint.
Strong and safe. Perfect for boarding at the vet. Perfect for night time. All my birds have their own Poquito Avian Hotel. Yes, it is slightly heavy to carry around but your parrot/bird is 100% safe physically.
The brand is: Midwest Avian Adventures
This brand was recommended by my avian vet because this company has zinc and lead free cages! Zinc and lead is one of the main silent killers in domestic bird pets. Be careful of what brand of cage you purchase. Extremely cheap cages usually contain zinc and/or lead in their paint.
Highly recommend the Midwest Avian Adventures Poquito Avian Hotel !!!!
May 16, 2013
A Wonderful Sleep and Travel Cage
I ordered this about a month ago for my green cheeked conure to sleep in nightly and to take him on vacations with us. It is an incredibly sturdy and well made cage. I do not worry about my bird's safety around my two hunting dogs and cat when he is in it. It is a perfect size for him to use nightly for sleep and was sufficiently roomy for a week long stay full time for a bird his size. I love the handle which doubles as a perch and that the catch tray can be easily used when he is out and on the perch playing with me. This cage is pricey but the quality and features make it worth every penny!
July 13, 2012
convenient for trips and boarding
This is a good travel or boarding cage. the bottom tray slides out too easily so you need to secure it when you pick up the cage. Not a good cage for transporting to and from a veterinarian because it is heavy.
February 15, 2014
Assembly requires a mallet to make joints fit--the cage does not snap together
The cage is a comfortable travel cage for a bird sized up to an Amazon/African Grey. I have a budgie and purchased the cage at the last minute. When I assembled it in my hotel room, the roof did not align. Furthermore, there were some metal tabs on the sides that were badly deformed and would not go together. I had to figure a way to pry them up from their deformed state without a screwdriver. Bottom line: This is a decent, well-made, albeit heavy, travel cage. Just don't think you can make it bird-proof or fit together without tools--flat blade screwdriver and a mallet are needed at minimum.
November 22, 2013