Affordably-priced cages are a big value for a big home
Spacious interior for multiple parakeets, canaries, or finches
Rolling caster stand for easy room-to-room mobility
Extra-roomy aviaries roll easily from room to room! Easy-to-clean wrought iron flight cages make a perfect home for multiple parakeets, canaries, or finches. Economically priced design features two large front easy-access doors, which swing open to the side. Pull-out bottom grille and drawer speeds cleaning and simplifies cage maintenance. Storage shelf beneath aviary hides away extra food, toys, and cleaning supplies. Spacious interiors are perfect for single or multiple finches, canaries, or parakeets. Black.
2 large front doors
Bottom storage shelf
4 plastic double cups
3 wood perches
Pullout bottom grille and drawer
30.5" L x 20" W x 40" H
31" L x 20.5" W x 53" H
23" L x 37" W x 47" H
22.5" L x 37.5" W x 60" H
Two front doors measure 10W x 11H Feed cup doors are 5-1/4W x 5H.
Use Cage Liner #611779 for Large Cage and #611805 for Extra Large Cage.
Clean your bird's cage properly
A dirty cage can lead to health problems in pet birds. Keep your cage cleaning on schedule and with the right tools, even the deep cleaning will go smoothly Cages of larger birds will require more work than smaller birds.
Change the cage liner. Our Cage Catcher Liners (#611688 and others to fit your particular cage), are so convenient. Simply place a pile on the bottom of the cage, and take off one a day.
Wipe down grate of droppings with cleaning wipes, such as Poop Off Cage Cleaning Wipes (17164)
Dump out and clean dishes and change food and water.
Wipe droppings off perches and toys with cleaning wipes. If droppings are hard to get off, use Wire Brush and Perch Cleaner (#82844).
Put your bird in a safe place like a smaller or travel cage, like our Fold 'n Go Travel Cage (#72309). Fill a bucket with warm, soapy water and gather together tools such as Super Pet Cage Cleaners (#82842) or other cleaning tools. A Tote Max (#29247) is a great carrier and storage container for all of your bird tools.
Take out bottom pan, dump out seed, discard liners, and wash down with warm, soapy water.
Take out grille or grate above pan, if your cage has one, and scrub down, using brushes.
Use Bar & Grate Cleaner to get in between bars on side and top of cage. Make sure to get into the hard to reach areas, in which dust and dirt can accumulate.
Scrub perches, toys, accessories, and play stands. You may wish to soak toys in the sink or another bucket filled with soapy water.
Rinse all items with clean water.
Thoroughly dry all items.
Put in a pile of new cage liners.
Put everything back into the cage and then return your bird to his newly-cleaned habitat.
Flight requires pet birds to use a complex series of thoughts and actions; it is a great teacher.
So, keep your smaller bird cage – it has its place,
but do consider adding a flight cage if space and budget permit.
A flight cage is a unique, beautiful and distinctive focal point in any home or office. Owners derive
great enjoyment from watching their birds in flight. And, at the same time, their birds enjoy many health-related benefits.
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