|Bird Cage Type: Bird aviary; Modular/Transportable||Bird Type: Canary; Cockatiel; Finch; Lovebird; Parakeet|
|Color: 1: Red||Color: 2: Silver|
|Hardware Finish: Chrome plated knobs and latch||Powder Coated Finish: Yes|
|Cage Material: Steel||Cage Top Design: Flat|
|Hardware Material: Stainless steel||Number of Items Included: 9|
|Pieces Included: 3 Food bowls, 1 pan, 1 perch, 4 wheels||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Chip Resistant: Yes||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Carry Handle Included: Yes||Casters Included: No|
|Divider Included: No||Perch Included: Yes|
|Cage Stand Included: No||Storage Shelf Included: No|
|Tray Included: Yes||Seed Guard Included: No|
|Toy Included: No||Door Lock: Yes|
|Food Access Doors: Yes||Food Cups Included: Yes|
|Starter Bird Kit: No||Bird Capacity: 1|
|Weight Capacity: 35 Pounds||Recycled Content: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: No|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Installation Required: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year|
|ASTM Certified: Yes||AZO Free: Yes|
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Beautiful Travel Hotel Bird Cage
Madeline from Lawrence, MA– Verified Buyer
I purchased this travel cage for my Sunday Conure parrot as a just in case and emergencyvacations sleep-in cage for my baby. I absolutely LOVE IT! It has such a beautiful finish on the paint job. The instructions to building this is very easy and simple. I built this myself within 20 minutes tops. The cage is pretty huge for it to be a travel cage. I read the previous comments beforehand and already knew it would be heavy and it sure is quite heavy. But that is what I have my husband around for lol. But it's a great little cage, has enough room for the bird to be comfortable in. The dishes are great, the rope perch is very sturdy, there is enough room to hang a toy or two. The play top perch is great, and the door latches are definitely escape proof so your bird is totally safe . I would recommend this to everyone who doesn't mind their cage being a bit heavy.
cage for plucked parrot
Aeriana from Los Angeles– Verified Buyer
Strong, heavy but the fit had to be readjusted. I have a plucked rescue (no wing feathers or tail) so he has no balance. This is perfect for him to sleep in because there is no danger of him falling. It's very heavy to use as a carrier, personally. The top handle is good but the fit isn't great.
The Best Travel Cage Ever
alex from phoenix, AZ– Verified Buyer
I've had birds in the family for many years and have never seen a cage this sturdy and well-designed. It's the perfect travel cage for my cockatiels, and I'll be ordering another for my parakeets. The birds love going on vacation with us, and now I can feel that they're in the safest cages around. I'm very pleased by my purchase and was very impressed with the price.
Avian Adventures Travel Cage
D from Billings, MT– Verified Buyer
We used this sturdy cage traveling with our African Grey. It fit nicely in the front seat, and was easy to access with the multiple doors. Bowls fit firmly (although we did have to tweak the fit a bit) and the rope perch was fine. It will be easy to replace. As other reviewers have said, the cage is heavy. It's a nice alternative to a pet carrier.
Bird Hotel Rocks!
Susan from Bonita Springs, FL– Verified Buyer
Took a bit of time to put together. Sturdy enough to use for a short visit. Good quality materials.
Great temporary/travel cage for our Senegal
Frank Riegel from Hillsboro, OR– Verified Buyer
We have the full size cage from the same manufacturer for our bird. We wanted a matching cage to use for boarding and travel. This cage is exactly what we were looking for. It is well built and very nice looking. It is big enough for a short stay while we are on vacation and has plenty of room to include a few of her favorite toys.
Gary Szymanski from Leavenworth, WA– Verified Buyer
The overall quality is good but it seems to lack in attention to the small details such as latches welded on so the latch is at an angle, and the bottom tray could be slightly longer so it reached fully to the front and reatr
Sturdy, Pretty, Roomy!
LoveMyBirds from Naval Base Ventura County, Pt.Hueneme,CA
Moving from CA to the MS Gulf Coast in 2 months. Long haul with 4 lovebirds. Ordered one of these in each color. Exactly what I needed: sturdy, roomy, portable, and fit in the back of my Jeep Wrangler 4 door. Cages took 15mins each to put together. Food/water dishes are very secure. The handle perch is nice although I won't need it. The rope perch that was included is just fine. I plan on putting a couple familiar items in with my little pretties. Other than being a little heavy (which only makes sense) I can find no drawbacks. They suit my purposes, I know my birds will be safe in them during the long trip, and the cages are pretty. Also handy as I am moving to hurricane country and can use them in case of an evac. No damage, no spilled paint, all parts were there and in perfect condition. Well packaged. Some say they needed zip ties to latch, but I honestly can't see it myself. No bird is going to undo the ball latches. Great buy! [...] cheapest price around! Love them!
great home away from home
LO from LA, CA– Verified Buyer
I admit it is heavy, but it is sturdy and safe. It is definitely too small for a permanent home but it is great when traveling. I break it down and carry it in a suitcase, once I arrive I easily put it back together and take her out of her travel carrier... My parrotlet acts almost as happy as she does in her larger permanent cage and now I don't have to waste money boarding her when I go out of town to visit family. I have the nina playtop cage by the same company as her permanent home and so this is perfect as her home away from home. I also use it to take her outside with me to sit on the patio, she stays safe and secure but still feels like a "real bird" getting to go outside.
Happy from CA– Verified Buyer
I am very happy with my purchase overall. It arrived quickly, it is as it was described & it seems well made. I would buy this again. I would recommend Wayfair & this product. Assembly was great. All the springs were there they just stick together & you have to pull them apart.