This cage is excellent and I know because this is the 20th one I purchased. Its easily dividable but I use the whole cage for each pair. The cups stay in and are easy to fill and replace with minimal excitement to my breeders. My only complaint is sometimes cages come with missing triangle parts or front screws. These are not available separately which I wish were not the case. Also extra cups are not available or extra perches.
This cage is easy to assemble. Took approximately 30 minutes. The kit even had a few extra pieces of hardware. An Allen wrench is included for assembly. The cage is 18" wide and deep on EACH side and about 20" tall. So overall length is 36". The divider slides easily in and out between the 2 sections. My canary has plenty of room just on one side but is loving having the full length of the cage (minus the divider) to flit about. Each section of the cage has a side door that slides up and down. I am able to fit a bird bath in this opening. The front doors have a wide opening and have a sturdy latch. The cage comes with 4 cups and 4 perches. However, I prefer to replace the wooden perches with tree branches of different widths for the birds' feet. The cage system also comes with a sliding metal grid for each bottom partition of the cage. The plastic trays on the very bottom of the cage slide out easily to change cage papers. This cage is very suitable for finches, canaries and parakeets. It is very spacious and very sturdy. I highly recommend this cage. However, there is no seed guard for the cage. I made my own using the very box it came in. Once assembled, the cage fits nicely into the top or bottom of the box. I cut a piece of cardboard for the back of the cage to protect the wall from any minor splatters. I also don't like using the sliding bottom grids, so I removed them. In order for a small bird not to escape from this gap, I just cut some of the cardboard from the box (18.5" x 2") and used the existing screw on the front of the cage sections and screwed it onto the cage without restricting the ability to remove the plastic tray to change cage papers. Works perfectly! I literally have no mess from flying seeds/feathers and no escapee birds.
I adopted a Parakeet that a friend didn’t want any and thought to get her a friend that was suppose to be female but turned out to be male. Now I have babies. I needed a cage where they can still be close and this turned out perfect. Each compartment is a good size for them. I like how sturdy this cage is. Not flimsy like most cages I’ve seen and have. Easy to assemble. My only complaint is my only options to place the bird perches is directly above the food and water dishes and I end up with droppings in the water.
It's like the Taj Mahal in cages. Love being able to separate them if necessary
Its a good sized bird cage with multiple dividers for privacy and to create a more home feel for each bird. Its easy to clean as its made of a material that's super low maintenance. Ideal for a home with multiple birds that need different home settings to feel at home. Wouldn't move it around much as it carries quite the weight but definitely a must have if good space for your birds is what u r looking for
My parakeets love to mess with the traditional up and down doors most cages have, to the point Polly (the female) has figured out how to escape them. So this latch lock is an amazing feature to have. Best part about it, is that you are able to move the cage around without it getting bent up by simply touching it....like the other flimsy cages out there