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My mother-in-law has a bird. I have cats, so I can’t have a bird. But, she does, so I was able to get this awesome bird cage for her! I didn’t know what to expect when it arrived, honestly. I’ve never had a bird before, so I didn’t know. Well, it turns out that this is a super nice bird cage. It only took me about 5 minutes to assemble the entire thing.
As you can see from the photo, it’s very roomy. You could easily have 2 birds in here and still have ample room for each. This cage came at the perfect time because my mother-in-law’s bird was in need of a new cage. She likes to hang upside down from the top of the cage, so this cage gives her two areas to do that. The door lifts to get her in and out with ease.
The food and water bowls are able to be easily filled. In fact, the food area is super neat! I love how the food goes into a tube in the center of the cage! This is so different than a small feeder on the side. I think it looks great, and it allows birds to eat more comfortably!
One thing that my mother-in-law likes is the slide out bottom. This makes it easier for her to clean and change the papers. My mother-in-law dotes on her bird, so she was super excited to have this cage!
About The Bird Central Cage
Easy external access for food refill. Clear seed tube for easy viewing and access. Proprietary flexible perching system.Top access to feeder for easy food addition. Sliding gate for quick and easy access. Includes 2 wooden perches with adjustable positioning.
- Easy external access for food refill
- Clear seed tube for easy viewing
- Proprietary flexible perching system
"Time spent with cats is never wasted." ~ Sigmund Freud