|Bird Type||Canary, Cockatiel, Conure, Finch, Lovebird, Parakeet, Parrot||Canary, Cockatiel, Conure, Finch, Lovebird, Parakeet, Parrot||Canary, Cockatiel, Cockatoo...||Canary, Cockatiel, Conure, Finch, Parakeet, Parrot|
|Material||Metal, Plastic, Coated Metal||Metal, Plastic, Coated Metal||Metal, Plastic, Steel||Metal, Plastic, Coated Metal, Polypropylene|
The Yaheetech 57-in Rolling Metal Open Top Bird Parrot Cage in Black offers a spacious and secure living environment for your feathered companion. Crafted with durable metal, this cage features a large open top design for easy access and interaction with your bird. The black finish adds a stylish touch to any room decor while the rolling casters allow for convenient mobility. Boasting multiple perches, feeding cups, and a bottom shelf for storage, this bird cage provides ample space for your parrot to play, exercise, and rest comfortably. Additionally, the sturdy construction ensures the safety of your pet, making it the perfect choice for bird enthusiasts.
This cage was absolutely perfect.. except the bar spacing. Its just way too big for parakeets. Im very sad because this was perfect for me otherwise
I'm so so happy with this cage,it's sturdy enough for a lil parakeet space enough to flutter fly,just perfect.ereally easy to put together,,I'm impressed THANK you
It will work for what I need but we had to do some adjustments to it. The bars that hold tray where bent where the tray wouldn't set right. And one corner of the cage on bottom was to long and had to bend that to get it to fit in the stand. There is a gap on the top hopefully my cockatiel won't get stuck. You can't open the top as it was assembled wrong.
Easy to assemble. Biggest issue is the top has a gap that cockatiels and smaller CAN and WILL escape through. This cage is the bare minimum for one tiel, maybe two or three budgies, so I'd also only get this if you plan on keeping your bird out most the time. The Dishes are very large, I'd opt to buy smaller ones that you can attach to the doors and maybe buy a small perch to put on the main door for easy way to get your bird out. DEFINITELY recommend getting natural perches and getting rid of the dowel perches to avoid any foot problems with your bird. The cage also has to be used with the base as that's how it holds the bottom tray. My bar that holds the tray did come a bit bent but is otherwise functional. I personally got mine on sale and didn't mind zip tying the top to prevent escape as my tiel doesn't use the top open anyways. Personally I'd recommend something with a flat top where you can place a small play stand. I place a small forage wall on the outside for when my tiel is on the top. This isn't a terrible little cage but I'd definitely recommend something a bit bigger for most birds... Something with a flat top... And I wouldn't recommend getting this unless it's on sale and you're willing to diy a way to stop escapes.
There was no indication that the cage must be used with the wheeled base. I intended to use a table insted of the base. It took alot of adjustments, but finally found a way to stablize the cage without the base! Took the bottom shelf rack off wheels and clamped it to the bottom of the cage!
It’s a standard bird cage, unfold to assemble. The stand is great and also easy to assemble. It’s a great size for conures or cockatiels.
I love this cage! My cockatiel loves this spacious cage. Very easy to assemble. Easy instructions and packaging. Came with all items. Highly recommend.