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Stack-able cages?

Anyone know of some decent quality stack-able cages for parrotlets? I need something that is no wider than 30 inches or deeper than 18.

I am also open to other suggestions. There are plenty of options if they were to share, but if not or at least in the time being, I need something to conserve space.

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I found something like this? Basically you buy the cages separately but they're built to lock onto one another. The other stacking cages I found were either not the dimensions you're looking for or like $400+. I've never had birds smaller than the cockatiels, so I'm not sure on cage size, but is less than 30" or 18" big enough for p'lets?

Edit : Found this one as well, a bit more heavy duty. Only downside is its a couple inches wider/deeper than you stated.



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I found something like this? Basically you buy the cages separately but they're built to lock onto one another. The other stacking cages I found were either not the dimensions you're looking for or like $400+. I've never had birds smaller than the cockatiels, so I'm not sure on cage size, but is less than 30" or 18" big enough for p'lets?

Edit : Found this one as well, a bit more heavy duty. Only downside is its a couple inches wider/deeper than you stated.
Yeah I wouldn't go much smaller.

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Do you think I could stack these? http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Prevue-H...item4d1eb533e5

The base is 25 wide, 21 deep.

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http://www.birdscomfort.com/stackable_bird_cages.html There's this sort of thing, I didn't look at the sizes, but I know they're not huge in width and depth

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Do you think I could stack these? http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Prevue-H...item4d1eb533e5

The base is 25 wide, 21 deep.
You can but they will be unstable. Look for double breeding cages for canaries like these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bird-Breeder...item35d692bcdf
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