Easy to assemble. I was afraid to move my cockatiel to a new cage. He hates new things. Old man (23) syndrome. LHe loves this environment. Loves his new perches and toys. He seems much more confident. Plus he loves interacting with our other critters since it sits lower to the ground. I recommend this cage.
So the cage will work, however I managed to get one that didn't have pre drilled holes to assemble the top and bottom cages so I had to drill the holes myself, which I'm capable of, so just more annoying than anything. But over all I like the cage. Great size.
Sturdy enough cage but bottom tray came warped and doesn't lay flat .
I like the size of this bird cage. I ordered it because of it's 4.5 star average reviews. But it gave me a lot of work because a lot of debit is everywhere around and cage and under the cage all the time. I need to swipe the floor clean a couple of times each day!
The steel came bent so the tray could not line up. a huge safety hazard for a little parrotlet as they could get really hurt in a crevice like that. had to buy a pair of plyers to straighten out the steel tray liner. In the process, i damaged the cage but now its useable
Absolutely love the cage, it’s perfect for my finches. Arrived in perfect condition, nothing bent, broken, or missing. Super easy to assemble by yourself.
We are so happy with this cage. In the reviews some said it was flimsy. I am amazed at the strength. My husband and I put it together In no time. It really does take two people. One needs to hold while one puts the screws in. My finches live it!! I also love the fact that it is on wheels. Makes it so easy to move around.
I love the shape of a rectangular/flat top cage since there’s more room to hang toys and huts. It may seem short but the length of the cage goes almost to the floor with enough room for small storage items. Several doors to access any corners top or bottom of the cage. Not too difficult to assemble, definitely have to pay attention to which pieces go where. I also zip tied a clear mat that goes from top to bottom to reduce any mess to the floor/wall
It was fine for months but I just woke up to my budgie panicking and his little head was sticking out through the bars. I had to pry them apart to release him. I feel so bad. Maybe I can use the cage for a larger bird in the future :c
I actually love this cage, and was completely satisfied until my Goffins Cockatoo started looking for a way to escape. She has managed to pop some of the bars off to the point of being able to escape. Not safe for a perpetual 2 year old.