- Nov 6, 2022
- Blue Crossover Quaker named Murray
Hi! I was anxious to hear from you regarding that cage. It's working out great for me and I think it's a super value for what you get. I never really did anything about the gap in mine. Murray is an easy going birdie, and he would really have to struggle to get his head in there. I think his head is just a bit too big for it after all . Like your Elvira, Murray has zero interest or concern about it.I know I'm super late in getting back to you about our concerns with the gap in the cage where the divider is inserted. I realized I had a bunch of utility strength zip ties and I decided to use that on both the front and the back of the cage to make the gap more narrow. It seems to have done the trick. For the front I put this rope ladder there initially to help her climb across the front of the cage.
Elvira has never shown an interest in the gap or the zip ties. I don't know if a Quaker's beak is stronger than a conure's?
I'm including some pictures of the cage set up so you can see where the zipties are located along the divider gap. View attachment 46233View attachment 46234View attachment 46235