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Kaytee Super Petz Acrylic Bow Front Cage

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Old 01-22-2017, 11:42 AM   #21
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I finally remembered to post some photos of Olive's acrylic-fronted cage as requested. Though I actually ended up getting hold of the plastic version (from the Habitat Defined range, also by Superpet) and I'm sticking with this one for now. This was her summer setup.



And this was her Christmas setup!



On the day I moved her into it, she did fly into the door once. She was very surprised but she didn't hurt herself, and she didn't do it again! Now she has no problems telling the difference between door open and door closed. Personally I really like this cage. It's super easy to clean and the unobstructed view is really nice.
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Old 01-23-2017, 10:28 AM   #22
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That first cage is so beautiful.

I do agree that bars can be more fun and length is generally better than width for birds who tend to perch as high as possible.

Then again that first cage is SO LOVELY. I think it could work as long as you stock it well and have your baby out frequently with a nice playgym.
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