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I have two of the Prevue cages, one for my three budgies and one for my linnie and they've been a great cage. I would highly recommend! Check on Amazon, they sometimes run it on sale for a great price.


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They both look nice. I would probably go with the prevue one. I have owned their cages before and they are a good brand. Plus it looks like it is bigger.
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Could u take the grill out of the prevue? I'm not a huge fan of using the grills. And being as it's huge I can only imagine what a pain it is to clean, lol

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Both grates look removable but will leave a wide gap... that is the reason I dont ditch the grates on my HQ's. My parrotlet knows exactly what to do when I remove the grate to clean it... little brat goes visiting!
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Ya that's what I thought. Lol! Wishful thinking. Thanks :-)

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Me, personally I'd go for the second cage with the large door as I think large doors are a real advantage when it comes to cleaning or re-arranging things.

I have an almost identical cage for my budgie Skye, who's about to undergo a name change as Skye is a girl, which wasn't all that obvious when I first got her/him in September.

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i have one like the second this is it http://www.ebay.com/itm/260493664361...84.m1423.l2649

i really like it and plan to get another for my cockatiel the one i have my green cheek is in

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Awesome, thanks so much everyone for your feedback. I ended up going with the second one! I liked the height and it just seemed to be the perfect size. I Can't wait to get it. Now just to get stuff to full that sucker up, haha.

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Large doors are good, as well as you want something wider. I'm not sure which one is or if they are the same, but wider is always better.

Oh, I see you have already picked out a cage. Exciting!




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