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Rating: 4.5

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Bird aviaries & cages for small birds, such as finch, canary and parkeets. Base size 12 x 9 with 1/2 wire spacing. Base size 12 x 9 3/4 inch. Slide-out tray and removable wire grating.
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Reader's Reviews (2)
Rachel T.
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Rating: 5

Too Small

posted 6 years ago

This was my first cgae within a week i knew it was too small and we made big upgrade. You have to think about what you would like if you were a bird.

Pros: NA

Cons: Small

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Teresa C.
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Rating: 4

A good basic cage.

posted 6 years ago

This is a good basic cage for both parakeets and smaller birds, i.e. finches, canaries. No frills, not the prettiest cage on the market, but it gets the job done at a fairly economical price. Easy to clean.

Pros: A good basic cage.

Cons: Pet stores around here don't carry these.

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