Prevue Pet Products Stylish Bird Cage
Great travel cage
I use this cage as a travel cage only, if I need to take my bird to the veterinarian. It is too small for one bird as a regular cage, so please, PLEASE buy a bigger cage for your bird(s). There are a few flaws, like the perches moving too much from side to side and the doors catching on one another. The seed and water cups are wonderful, especially since they should come with covers, which makes them great for travel. I actually took out the seed cups and use them in my bird's regular cage, which is about six times bigger than this cage. Like I said, great for use as a travel cage, but too small for an everyday cage.
September 1, 2014
Its okay, If you dont mind its flaws.
The cage doors are spaced so close together that when i go to feed them the side doors will lift up the middle door and then slam down, scaring both of my birds, and the wire spacing and closeness of the cage doors made it very difficult to put in a bird bath without scaring them half to death. the sloped roof of this cage also made it difficult to hang the swing i got for them. This is a good cage for the price if you dont mind these few defects.
June 3, 2014
One Bird Cage
If you're getting parakeets, this is a ONE BIRD CAGE (at max). I'm reading about too many people having two birds in this type of cage. It's just not good for them. While you can house these birds in this type of small cage, it's not healthy. They need room to fly, and room to play.
Always remember the bigger the cage, the better.
October 15, 2013
A Nice Cage Overall!
I'm a first-time bird owner, and I got this cage for my two parakeet boys, Sprite and Trouble. I purchased the purple, house-shaped model, and it's a very nice cage if you want something that's on the smaller side, mostly easy to clean, and less costly. However, I didn't like the food cups because they took up space, so I ended up taking them out and buying smaller ones. I also bought a water bottle for my boys because I used both of the food cups for seed. I'm also not sure how to remove the wire grate (or if I can at all), so the sometimes and can be tough getting some extra seeds out of the bottom, but I really do like the idea of the pull-out litter pan.
Sprite and Trouble just about fit in the cage, and they have a nice time sitting with each other, hopping around and chirping. I would only recommend putting two birds in here at the max. They have room for toys (that they barely touch anyway, lol) and treats, but I do let them out often, so if you don't plan on doing that, I think you should consider a bigger cage.
Overall, this is a pretty nice cage for someone who wants their birds to be happy but doesn't want to spend all of their money!
April 2, 2013