What color is best for a cage? what is your favorite color?

Rico_Tiel

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I would say, go with what you like, and with what you think would look best. It is your purchase, after all!

Personally, I prefer black cages the most, as they aren’t glaringly light and they can fit into the color scheme of practically any house, if color is your concern.

Just my personal preference, I do see many who disagree, and that’s okay! Because at the end of the day, cage colors are just preference and opinions :)

If you want blue, then go for it!
 

DonnaBudgie

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I would say, go with what you like, and with what you think would look best. It is your purchase, after all!

Personally, I prefer black cages the most, as they aren’t glaringly light and they can fit into the color scheme of practically any house, if color is your concern.

Just my personal preference, I do see many who disagree, and that’s okay! Because at the end of the day, cage colors are just preference and opinions :)

If you want blue, then go for it!
I like black best. White can be nice too if the bird looks good in it like Cricket does. I don't like "colors" that clash with my home decor which is earth tones. Blue or any bright color would look awful in my house.
My birds' cages are now plexiglass (no bars), but their prior cages were all black. I have sections of cage bars inside the plexiglass cages so they can climb around and these sections all happen to be white.
 

Rico_Tiel

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I like black best. White can be nice too if the bird looks good in it like Cricket does. I don't like "colors" that clash with my home decor which is earth tones. Blue or any bright color would look awful in my house.
My birds' cages are now plexiglass (no bars), but their prior cages were all black. I have sections of cage bars inside the plexiglass cages so they can climb around and these sections all happen to be white.
That’s interesting! How does ventilation work, though? I always hear that there should be at least one panel in a glass/acrylic cage that’s made of cage bars for proper ventilation. I’d imagine it’d get pretty stuffy in a glass box with holes drilled into it, yk?
 

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