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Old 02-01-2017, 10:48 PM
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A&E Elegant Style Cage

I'm currently planning on getting a peach-faced lovebird in the distant future, and I've been researching about cages for a while now. I would like the cage to be under $200, sturdy, high-quality, 1/2" bar spacing, and be around the size of the cage below.
The A&E Elegant Style Flight cage meets all of my requirements, but there was a review on Amazon saying something about the screws for the feeder doors facing into the cage. If anyone has experience with this cage, it would be awesome if you could clarify/elaborate on this possible hazard.

Also, if anyone has cage suggestions (under $200 would be ideal) for a lovebird I would really appreciate that as well! Thanks in advance!
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Old 02-01-2017, 11:37 PM
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Re: A&E Elegant Style Cage

That looks like a beautiful flight cage for a lovebird. Many (most?) cages have the screws facing inwards like you read on the review, not just that cage. I replace a lot of my screws with stainless ones.

I think a flight cage would be a good choice for a lovebird, and that one in particular I like the style of the roof.
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Re: A&E Elegant Style Cage

that is a good cage I have smaller model ricky is in. very solid built
worth the money I paid 200 for the smaller one which I'm turning into a travel cage due to the size of the door for getting the birds in for grooming and to carry Sammy to visit the folks at the nursing home the wife works at. the huge door is a plus on this cage
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