Do you have a pet bird? Are you thinking of getting one? There are many exotic birds that you can purchase as pets. They are very beautiful and can add color and companionship to your life. If you have or are considering buying a bird, it is important to get a proper cage in the right size for the bird you choose. Most of us work and have to leave the bird alone for most of the day, and so it is vital that the bird has enough room to move about and play, to encourage movement. Acrylic bird cages are a great option and your bird will not be behind bars all day long.
Metal cages often have chipped paint and rust on them. Acrylic bird cages do not have this problem. They are aesthetically pleasing and are less problematic than traditional cages. Acrylic cages solve these common problems of keeping birds:
*Fraying of feathers is virtually eliminated.
*The mess created by wing-flapping and eating is contained within the cage.
*Drafts are reduced creating a more stable environment.
*The bird’s beak and claws will not mar the lustrous finish of an acrylic bird cage.
*Designed as a beautiful piece of furniture, the owner can now be proud to display their pet anywhere in the home.
An acrylic bird cage comes with either a hinged or drawer bottom and facilitates easy cleaning. It also virtually eliminates the usual mess of keeping birds. A large cage with a bottom feeding feature, ladder and a swing will encourage your bird to stay active, thus making him healthier and happier. These cages also have rounded, smoothed holes appropriate for the size of the bird to allow for air flow. These cages will stay within a degree or two of the temperature of the room they are in. Be sure your cage is not in direct sunlight, as your bird needs shade.
When cleaning an acrylic bird cage, never use a dry cloth. Sponge it down with warm water and a mild detergent, avoiding abrasive or aromatic cleaners. These will ruin the finish on your cage. Rinse the cage twice. If there is debris on the rims then use either a Q-tip or a toothpick to remove it. You can use regular paper liners or pine bedding to line the bottom of your cage.
These cages come unassembled unless specified otherwise, to save on shipping costs.