Prevue Pet Products Parrot CageItem#: HN-PRP235
$137.00 to $150.99
- Durable steel cage with 1 in. wire spacing
- Choose from the available finish options
- Bottom grille and plastic tray with pull-out drawer
- Includes 2 cups, perch, and swing
- Dimensions: 20L x 20W x 29H in.
Bird cage, 3 cups, 1 perch, 1 swing
Straightforward and designed for use, the Prevue Pet Products Parrot Cage is a cage that won't let you down. The welded, uni-body construction provides ample strength, while the powder-coated finish helps to prevent corrosion and simplify cleaning. Ideal for smaller parrots, a landing-style front door provides access while a pair of perches and two cups give them the amenities that they need. The removable grill and tray let you get cleaning done in a hurry so you can get back to helping your parrot increase their vocabulary.
Dimensions & Specifications
# of Perches
20L x 20W x 29H in.
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- Easy To Clean
- Fits Anywhere
- Larger Birds
- Small Rooms
Comments about Prevue Pet Products Parrot Cage:
This is a good, very basic and sturdy parrot cage without any frills or bells and whistles, you can add these in and also provide other areas for your bird to navigate to so he isn't confined to one place non-stop.
This cage is easy to clean and maintain, and isn't too heavy to pick up and locate to other areas.
I had this same one a long time in a gold tone, and felt that tone blended better with my apartment colors but this silver tone is clean and not too shiny looking, having an almost "buffed" type look in the finish, called the "Chrome Finish."
It's a good, solid starter-cage, sleeping cage or place to provide security and privacy for your bird in cases where you don't want to leave him out unsupervised for lengths of time, but not really roomy enough for a bird who is in his cage for the most part, only coming out to play for specific sessions.
This cage is really for a bird who is out in another area of his own mostly, and only needs to go inside the cage for shorter spans of time, or at night to sleep.
It's the best bet for the money, space and practicality.